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Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies administers a variety of awards and grants of up to $1,500 each to currently enrolled Duke students in recognition of outstanding scholarship and research. The awards have been generously endowed through the Council on Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies, alumnae/i, and friends. Please call 684-5683 if you need additional information. Click the award links below for specific requirements of each award, and complete the online application for award consideration. Students enrolled in the GSF Department major, minor or Graduate Certificate programs will have priority for these awards.
The Gender and Race Research Award
The Gender and Race Research Award is given to undergraduate and graduate students whose projects promotes scholarly exploration and research on topics of gender and race.
The Dora Anne Little Award
The Dora Anne Little Award is given to a Duke student at the undergraduate or graduate level, who has excelled in service to the campus and community which extends beyond the classroom. Students can self-nominate or be nominated for this award.
The Anne McDougall Memorial Award
The Anne McDougall Memorial Award is given to a Duke woman undergraduate or graduate student who pursues areas of human service by studying psychology and related fields. Students can self nominate or be nominated by Duke faculty for this award. Preference is given to returning gender, sexuality and feminist students.
The Anne Firor Scott Award
This Anne Firor Scott Award, administered by the History Department, is to enable access to archives and resource centers where students can use original historical materials. This award is specifically for students engaged in research in women's history, Please contact the History Department for more information.