Alan D. Leve Research and Travel Grants for Student Excellence (Undergraduate)

The Alan D. Leve Research and Travel Grants for Student Excellence supports short-term grants to defray costs associated with research or study in the field of Jewish Studies. Graduate student grants (up to $2,500) can be used for research, conference travel, necessary equipment, and conference registration for graduate students associated with research or study in the field of Jewish studies, including Jewish history, Holocaust studies, archaeology, Sephardic studies, Moroccan Jewish studies, and more.

Award
Varies
Deadline
04/20/2023
Supplemental Questions
  1. Project/Conference in Jewish Studies
    • A. Is your project/conference related to Jewish Studies?
    • B. Title of project/conference
    • C. 2 sentence summary of project (example: traveling to "x" conference to present "y" paper)
    • D. Detailed project description and how it ties to Jewish Studies
  2. Recommendations/References
    • Is recommending professor #1 part of your doctoral committee?
    • Is recommending professor #2 part of your doctoral committee?
    • Name of recommending professor #1
    • Name of recommending professor #2
    • Recommending professor #1 email address
    • Recommending professor #1 home department
    • Recommending professor #2 email address
    • Recommending professor #2 home department
  3. Budget
    • Application fees (if applicable)
    • Cost of books, supplies and/or equipment (if applicable)
    • Cost of conference registration fees (if applicable)
    • Cost of travel/lodging/meals (if applicable)
    • List other sources of funding including other grants (at the Leve Center and elsewhere). Please designate source and amount of funding.
    • Membership Dues (name of organization, dollar amount)
    • Other expense(s) (description and amount, if applicable)
  4. I will be registered as a full time student at UCLA during the following quarters (check all that apply)