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Knight-Hennessy Scholars

The education of Knight-Hennessy Scholars is funded for up to three years for any graduate degree(s) at Stanford to which you are admitted at the time you are selected as a scholar. We encourage applications to Knight-Hennessy Scholars from residents of all countries as we expect Knight-Hennessy Scholars to have a global impact. Knight-Hennessy Scholars program

The Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education (VPGE) Doctoral Fellowships

The VPGE office provides competitive funding to support individual doctoral students, student groups, and department-based projects. Our funding opportunities promote innovation, diversity, and excellence in graduate education. The fellowships and the funding opportunities listed in the links are administered or funded by the VPGE office.

VPGE Fellowships  
ARCS: Achievement Rewards for College Scientists
CCSRE: Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity Graduate Fellowships
DARE: Diversifying Academia, Recruiting Excellence
EDGE: Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education Doctoral Fellowship Program
Gerald J. Lieberman Fellowship
SGF: Stanford Graduate Fellowship in Science & Engineering
SIGF: Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship

VPGE Funding Opportunities
DDRO: Diversity Dissertation Research Opportunity
DIF: Diversity and Inclusion Innovation Funds
Recruitment Support to Departments
SCORE: Strengthening the Core
SPICE: Student Projects for Intellectual Community Enhancement

Stanford Graduate Fellowship (SGF) in Science & Engineering

The SGF program supports outstanding incoming and continuing doctoral students in science and engineering. Each year, SGF awards approximately 100 fellowships providing stipends and tuition support to outstanding students pursuing doctoral degrees in science and engineering.
 SGF Funding Opportunities

NIH Training Grant Resources

The Stanford School of Medicine's Research Management Group is leading an effort to develop an application (accessible by anyone at the School of Medicine) that will collect and organize data needed for the tables (1-8) of an NIH T32 Training Grant application.
NIH Training Grant Resources

Bio-X fellowships

The Stanford Bio-X Graduate Fellowship Program provides current Stanford graduate students whose research interests are interdisciplinary in nature with three years of funding support. 
Bio-X fellowships

Stanford Support Programs

The University has created the following programs specifically for graduate students dealing with challenging financial situations.
Learn more about Stanford support