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Boyd/Williams Dissertation Grant for Research on Women and Work
Shirley Rodman Williams (left) and Ruth Rodman Boyd
The Boyd/Williams fellowship is awarded to a U-M doctoral student writing a dissertation related to women and work. Successful proposals promote knowledge and enhance understanding of the complexities of women’s roles in relation to their paid and unpaid labor (e.g. philanthropy, volunteerism, community involvement, domestic work, and political activity). The fellowship provides funding in the amount of $2,000.
IRWG’s prestigious dissertation fellowship is named for two sisters: Ruth Rodman Boyd (1892-1981), a longtime community activist, and Shirley Rodman Williams (1894-1999), who had a long career in the Detroit business community.
The next deadline for proposals is December 1, 2014.