Open to CU Boulder Graduate Students

Sarah Gavison and Ida GoldbergerThe Goldberger Fellowship for summer research and study is granted annually to one or more graduate students at CU Boulder with plans to study or conduct research abroad or participate in an approved language study or cultural immersion program related to Jewish Studies. The scholarship committee looks for a strong academic record, demonstrated commitment to the Program in Jewish Studies, well-tailored plans for study or research, and financial need.

 

 

Submission Guidelines:

Students apply in the spring semester. Applications should be submitted through CU Boulder's Scholarship Application in MyCUInfo (Financial Aid tab < Apply for Scholarships < Search "Rabbi Daniel and Ida Goldberger Graduate Fellowship") by the deadline and include the following information:

  • CV
  • a statement of purpose of up to 500 words addressing how the study/research abroad, language study, or cultural immersion experience in question supports studies at CU Boulder and Jewish Studies
  • an estimated budget (including expenses and revenues), and the total financial request, including information on additional funding sources applied for or pending
  • a letter of support from an advisor or other faculty member.
    • In the electronic application, applicants will enter the name and email of their recommender, who will receive an automated email request and link to submit their letter. Please request your letter from your recommender in advance. Recommendation letters must be received by the deadline.

Submission Deadline:

March 18, 2019