In Fall, 2008, the Brown School created the Buder Doctoral Fellowship which is awarded to an outstanding doctoral student with expressed interests in American Indian Studies and Social Work. The Fellowship carries a $24,000 per year stipend for a period of four years. To receive this award, students must apply to the Chair of the Brown School doctoral committee and provide a statement of their proposed interests and program of study. This fellowship is supported by a generous donation from the Center for Social Development at the Brown School.
For additional information, check out the Brown School’s PhD Program.