Graduate Fellowship & Faculty Research Program
The Graduate Fellowship and Faculty Research Program, started in 2014/2015 as one of President Stanley’s initiatives in the arts, humanities, and lettered social sciences. Prior to 2020, the program provided one year of funding, at $20,000 each, to six doctoral students who advanced to candidacy – and who completed their department’s allocated funding. These fellows, in turn, taught two courses during the academic year, creating release time for junior faculty members to focus on research and program development. Click here to view past recipients
2020 PROGRAM UPDATE:
Given the COVID-19 pandemic, this program has been restructured to aid students in their degree progress. Under the Summer 2020 AHLSS Research Fellowship, the College of Arts & Sciences is looking to award 24 graduate students $5000 each in order to continue pursuit of their research and writing during the summer.
Further details regarding the application process have been communicated by the College of Arts & Sciences to the eligible program chairs within the arts, humanities, and lettered social sciences. See below for call for nominations.
Call for Nominations: PDF
If questions arise regarding the Summer 2020 AHLSS Research Fellowship, students are asked to please contact their Graduate Program Director.