Graduate Funding

Fellowships

The Dita and Erwin Gumpel Judaic Studies Endowed Fellowship
The Gumple is a $10,000 fellowship awarded to current and incoming PhD students working in the Jewish Studies field. 

The Katzin in Perpetuity (KIP) Fellowship
The KIP is a $5,000 fellowship awarded to current and incoming PhD students working in the Jewish Studies field. 

The Wexler Family Judaic Studies Fellowship Fund in honor of David Noel Freedman
The Wexler is a $1000 fellowship awarded to current and incoming graduate students working in the Jewish Studies field.

Grants/Stipends

Jewish Studies Program Grants/Stipends
The Jewish Studies Program awards grants and stipends to support to UCSD graduate student work on a case by case basis. The amount of the award varies depending on student need and fund availability.

How to Apply for the Gumpel Fellowship

Annual Deadline: May 1st 

Students are nominated by faculty members. Faculty from any department may nominate a student for the Gumpel Fellowship by sending a letter to the Jewish Studies Program.

by email:

To: <amglaser@ucsd.edu> Amelia Glaser, Program Director
Cc: <jewishstudies@ucsd.edu> Jewish Studies Program Coordinator
Subject: Gumpel Fellowship Nomination (academic year)

by mail:

Jewish Studies Program
ATTN: Gumple Fellowship Nomination
9500 Gilman Drive, MC 0113
La Jolla, CA 92093

The nomination letter should include information about how the students' work will contribute to the canon Jewish Study.

How to Apply for the KIP Fellowship

Annual Deadline: May 1st 

Students are nominated by faculty members. Faculty from any department may nominate a student for the Katzin in Perpetuity (KIP) Fellowship by sending a letter to the Jewish Studies Program.

by email:

To: <amglaser@ucsd.edu> Amelia Glaser, Program Director
Cc: <jewishstudies@ucsd.edu> Jewish Studies Program Coordinator
Subject: KIP Fellowship Nomination (academic year)

by mail:

Jewish Studies Program
ATTN: KIP Fellowship Nomination
9500 Gilman Drive, MC 0113
La Jolla, CA 92093

The nomination letter should include information about how the students' work will contribute to the canon Jewish Study.

How to Apply for the Wexler Family Fellowship

The Wexler Family Fellowship is currenty suspended. Please subscribe to our mailing list for updates on this and other Jewish Studies Program news and events.