The Whiting Fellowships in the Humanities provide one-year stipends for advanced Ph.D. candidates who are selected by the faculty at seven major graduate schools.
The Whiting Teaching Fellowships provide sabbaticals and research grants for junior humanities professors who are outstanding teachers at four undergraduate colleges.
Whiting Writers’ Awards
These awards, of $50,000 each, are given annually to ten writers — poets, playwrights and fiction and nonfiction writers — of exceptional talent and promise in early career.
Cynthia Kadohata wins a 2013 National Book Award
Lydia Davis wins the 2013 Man Booker International Prize
2013 Pulitzer Prize in Fiction to Adam Johnson for The Orphan Master’s Son
2013 Guggenheims include Jackson, Johnson, Marcus, Weiner and Whitehead
Daniel Reid and Courtney Hodell to join Whiting Foundation