Awards, Fellowships, Prizes
Ethel and Irwin A.
Established in 1965 for study in the field of Hebrew culture and education.
The Abraham I. Katsch
This fellowship in the field of Hebrew culture and education was established in 1965.
The Sidney Matz
Endowed in 1947 by the late Israel Matz, and is awarded by the Matz Foundation to a graduate student in Hebrew culture.
The Jack Skirball
Established in 1986, the Jack Skirball Scholarship provides support for outstanding graduate students.
Established in 1986, supports graduate students in the field of Hebrew and Judaic studies.
The Henry and Marilyn Taub Fellowships for Israel Studies
Endowed in 2004 by the Henry and Marilyn Taub Foundation, and is awarded by the Taub Center for Israel Studies to a doctoral graduate student in Israel studies.
in Graduate Studies (GIGS)
GIGS is a database of grants for graduate and post-graduate students, provided by U.S. government, international, corporate and private funding agencies, in addition to grants from departments within New York University.