Early Doctoral Student Research Grants assist eligible Doctoral students in cultivating their research skills through the preparation of a research manuscript on housing or urban development issues. Recipients may receive reimbursement for costs including stipends, computer software, the purchase of data, travel expenses to collect data, transcription services, and compensation for interviews. This does not include tuition.
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a U.S. citizen enrolled at an accredited institution pursuing a doctoral degree in policy-related housing and urban development issues, who has completed at least two semesters or three terms of the program. Applications are submitted by the accredited institution of higher education.