The Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies offers an award up to $3,000 to undergraduate and graduate students conducting research in the feminist analysis and production of cultural representations across visual media. This award is named for the generous support of 1997 WGSS alumna and writer Dana Greenblatt, who wishes to support ongoing research in feminist media studies. It is open to all undergraduate and graduate students at the Ohio State University who are conducting research projects in feminist media studies.
Projects may include but are not limited to activities such as screenwriting, filmmaking, archival research, oral histories, ethnographic research, or internship travel. Preference for each annual award will be given to undergraduate students, followed by graduate students. Applicants are invited to apply by providing a statement of the research project and a budget detailing the use of the funds.
- Undergraduate students and graduate students at the Ohio State University
- Students must be enrolled full-time at the Columbus campus during the semester in which funding is received
ITEMS NEEDED FOR APPLICATION (Submit using the link below)
- Two-page narrative proposal
- Detailed budget listing all expenses associated with the proposal
- List of other funding sources, if applicable
- Students should also solicit a brief letter of support from someone who can verify the feasibility of the proposed use of funds. Letters can submitted directly to email@example.com.
May 5, 2021 for the AY 2021-2022 competition. Student awards will be processed through the Student Financial Aid office.