As a Newhouse doctoral student, you will receive full funding during your three years in the program. Support comes through a University Fellowship, a 20-hour-per-week research assistantship or a teaching assistantship. Some qualified doctoral students also serve as adjunct faculty. Assignments vary depending upon student interests and qualifications; however, all types of support carry a tuition waiver and stipend.
We encourage students to present at national and international conferences and offer generous financial support, enabling you to take advantage of those opportunities.
To help offset the cost to our students, we provide funding for students as they research and write their dissertations.
Newhouse also offers a generous summer funding program in which students work closely with faculty on their research and creative projects.