The Graduate School does not accept transfer credit in lieu of the 9 letter-graded minimum course requirement. Two types of advanced courses, Independent Study or Projects and Research, are applicable to residency credit but bear restrictions concerning either when they may be taken during a student's academic career or total allowable credits: Program courses identified as Research, may be taken for one, two, three, or four course units per quarter. Generally, this registration is not available to students until a core of basic courses has been completed.
The program is open to all students, regardless of citizenship, who are currently matriculated in a PhD program at an accredited institution in the United States. The program seeks young scholars who are interested in strengthening their dissertation research plans through exposure to the theories, literatures, methods, and intellectual traditions of disciplines outside their own.
SSRC has been in operation for more than ninety years. Applicants must be currently matriculated in PhD programs at accredited universities in the United States. Applicants may be US citizens or noncitizens. Progress within graduate program: Applicants must commit to attend the spring and fall workshops in their entirety and to conduct at least six weeks of summer research away from their home institutions between the spring and fall workshops.
Students who have already submitted dissertation research proposals to their departments for approval or to funding agencies for support of their dissertation research are not eligible to apply to the DPDF Program. Students who have sought funding in order to implement a research design or plan for their dissertation research are not eligible to apply to the DPDF Program.
The candidates can apply directly to the program using the online application that is available on the SSRC website.
The candidates must firstly login themselves through the given link: Once you have completed the application, you can submit it on-line. The DPDF program covers all travel, lodging, and meals expenses related to mandatory attendance workshops.
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Huitt Last updated: November Building on the institutional strength of the SSRC as a pioneer in graduate student training, and on the mentoring component that distinguishes MMUF, the MMUF-SSRC Graduate Initiatives Program implemented a series of programs that target the specific needs of fellows as they progress toward the PhD.
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Our admission pages are designed to help you easily navigate the application process. Northwestern University-SSRC Dissertation Proposal Development Program Northwestern was chosen by the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) as one of five universities to bring together humanities and social science scholars in pre-doctoral research summer institutes.