The Marshall-Baruch Fellowships are given to encourage doctoral or postdoctoral research in 20th-century U.S. military or diplomatic history and related fields. The fellowships are administered by the George C. Marshall Foundation – a non- profit, non-governmental institution – and generated from a gift provided annually by the Baruch Family Foundation of Encino, California. The fellowships honor the career of George C. Marshall, 20th-century soldier-statesman, and the Baruch family. The maximum grant is $7,500, though requests for smaller grants are encouraged. Funded projects may cover a broad range of studies in U.S. History and related fields pertaining to the changing role of the United States as a world power in the 20th century. And finally, your research may utilize holdings in the Marshall Research Library or may be conducted elsewhere. Application deadlines are usually in late October. Visit the wepage Marshall-Baruch Fellowships for more information.