The Sequoyah Fellowship is for American Indian students and/or research on American Indian-related topics. This competitive fellowship raises the visibility of American Indian issues and students. It supports a doctoral student to focus on dissertation work for an entire academic year.
The Sequoyah Fellowship provides a $20,000 stipend, tuition, health insurance, and $1,000 travel funding for one academic year.
The Graduate School offers this dissertation completion fellowship with the Royster Society of Fellows. The Society of Fellows supports fellows through mentoring, interdisciplinary learning, and leadership development.
You may be eligible if you are either an American Indian doctoral students doing research on any topic or any doctoral student doing research on American Indian topics.
Graduate School Fellowships Office