See the PDF below for the fellowship competition for dissertation topics touching on religious/ethical issues and women’s studies.
Rice University’s Humanities Research Center seeks postdoctoral fellows for two programs: the John E. Sawyer Seminar on “Platforms of Knowledge in a Wide Web of Worlds: Production, Participation, and Politics,” and Spatial Humanities.
The Sawyer Seminar Postdoctoral Fellow will explore research on digital knowledge platforms (e-learning, publishing, collaborative research, crowdsourced, etc.), teach an undergraduate course, give research presentations, and actively participate in the Seminar. For details and to apply: http://www.hrc.rice.edu/sawyerseminars
The Spatial Humanities Postdoctoral Fellow will consult and collaborate on spatial humanities projects underway at Rice, offering technical and intellectual expertise in geospatial or 3D modeling technologies, give research presentations and teach two semester-long courses. For details andto apply: http://www.hrc.rice.edu/spatialpostdocapp
Each program awards one 1-year fellow $50,000 salary, benefits eligibility, and a research/relocation allowance. Deadline for both fellowships: December 1, 2014.
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Full Proposal Deadline Date: May 1, 2015
May 1, Annually Thereafter
Proposals will be considered for field support in Antarctica beginning no sooner than a year after the May proposal deadline. Proposals will be considered for work aboard ship in the Southern Ocean beginning no sooner than seven months after the May proposal deadline. Click here for more information.
The Amon Carter Museum of American Art invites applications for its 2014 Davidson Family Fellowship. Established in 1996 by a generous gift from the Davidson Family Charitable Foundation, the fellowship provides support for scholars holding the PhD (or equivalent) or PhD candidates to work on research projects in American art that advance scholarship by connecting with objects in the museum’s permanent collection.
Successful candidates should have an in-depth knowledge of the history of American art and culture in areas represented by the museum’s collections that is demonstrated in coursework and/or publications. Proposals from qualified individuals in disciplines other than art history are also encouraged. Preference will be given to projects that most fully leverage the complement of collections and research resources available at the museum. Awards are based on merit and are open to all qualified individuals. Applicants may be affiliated with a university, museum, or independent.
The stipend rate is $3,000 per month. The fellowship may range from a minimum one-month to a maximum four-month period of full-time research at the museum. The application deadline is April 15, 2014, for a fellowship period to start on or after September 1, 2014. Housing and travel expenses are to be managed by the fellow, although the museum is available for assistance in locating accommodations. The museum will announce awards by May 31, 2014.
Full description and application instructions located here.
The Program invites applications for the Graduate Fellows Program from graduate students who are actively engaged in activities directly related to completion of final degree requirements (including thesis, dissertation, portfolio,performance) and which relate to the current theme of Global Communities: Healthcare, Access and Education.
Information is here: .2014-15 PACKET Global Fellows Program
Graduate and undergraduate abstracts from all fields, topics, and grade levels are accepted. Abstracts should be no more than 250 words and should contain the following aspects:
- A clear statement of the central issue to be investigated
- A description of the results of the study, including reference to what was investigated (i.e., data, texts, etc.)
- An interpretation of the study’s results
- A note as to the significance of the findings as they relate to your discipline
All submissions are reviewed by UT Arlington faculty from a variety of disciplines. Students participating in ACES should strive to write abstracts that effectively communicate to a general, but well-educated, audience.
For more information, click here.
Abstracts are due by 11:59 pm on February 7, 2014.
Outstanding Academic Adviser nominations are being accepted for undergraduate and graduate faculty adviser and professional adviser. Nominations are due by Jan. 27, 2014.
CoLA Graduate Focus Groups are being planned for Friday, Jan 17th, at 10am and 2pm in UH 205. Open to all CoLA Graduate Students who would like to give your insight on Graduate academic life for an upcoming recruitment video. Plan on about one hour and bring your thoughts and opinions.
The application deadline (Jan 24) is fast approaching for participation in the summer 2014 Archer Graduate Program in Washington, DC. I would request that you distribute this message to faculty and interested graduate students in your department.
The 9-credit program consists of two dedicated Archer courses: POLS 5392: Federal Policymaking; and POLS 5692: Archer Internship, at a venue of the student’s choice (typically on Capitol Hill, in an Executive Branch agency, or other Washington governmental or non-governmental organizations). Credits may be applied to degree plans in participants’ home departments and programs in consultation with each student’s chair and faculty supervisor.
This is an intensive 12-week program. Tentative dates for the 2014 session are May 27-August 15. The cost is $3,900, which is paid in lieu of nine UT Arlington graduate hours of tuition and all fees. Housing in comfortable townhomes on Capitol Hill is available at $3,028, but participants are free to make other arrangements). The central administration anticipates being able to provide a subvention to assist UT Arlington students in defraying the cost of the program.
All students at the master’s or doctoral level who have an interest in public policy, irrespective of their academic discipline, are encouraged to consider participating in this program. Students in Political Science and in the School of Urban and Public Affairs will find this a splendid opportunity to learn firsthand about the workings of the federal government; those in Education, Nursing, the sciences, Social Work, and Healthcare Administration will find it especially relevant to their understanding of the implications of federal policy for their respective fields. Faculty are asked to bring the program to the attention of students who will find it especially relevant to their professional goals.
The application deadline is January 24, 2014. Interviews of finalists will be held on campus in late January and early February 2014, and selectees will be notified soon thereafter.
Detailed information on the program (including application materials) may be found here. Questions about the program may be referred to Dr. Karl Petruso, Dean of the Honors College and UT Arlington representative to the Archer Program: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship (DPDF) Student Fellowship Competition is organized to help graduate students in the humanities and social sciences formulate effective research proposals through exploratory research and exchanges with other scholars within interdisciplinary areas of study. Deadline is February 3, 2014.