AHRQ Grants for Health Services Research Dissertation Program (R36)

Unallowable Costs: Specific costs not allowed on dissertation research grants include: alterations/renovations, space rental, contracting or consortium costs, consulting costs, dissertation defense or deposit fees, membership fees and costs associated with faculty/advisor mentor supervision. Salary support for individuals, other than the candidate, is not allowable. Computer and statistical consulting support is not allowable. This list is not all inclusive, and the applicant should contact AHRQ staff regarding any other items being considered for which there are questions regarding whether or not the items are allowable.

Dissertation Grants in Women's Studies

Reports and Acknowledgment: By accepting an AAG Dissertation Grant you agree to submit to the AAG Executive Director a copy of your dissertation abstract and a report that documents expenses charged to the grant. Please acknowledge AAG support in presentations and publications.

The AERA Dissertation Grant application is open

AHRQ Dissertation grants are included under expanded authorities, but pre-award costs are NOT allowed.

The Dissertation Grant Program is intended to support one year of research conducted as part of the doctoral dissertation requirement and conducted under the guidance of a faculty dissertation advisor. At the time of application, the dissertation should be in the early stage of development. The program supports doctoral grants aimed at increasing the number of researchers using national datasets from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) or National Science Foundation (NSF) and demonstrate the contribution that these datasets make to the national base of knowledge on higher education policy, theory, and practice.