Interdisciplinary Dissertation Completion Fellows
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Students must be eligible for G901 during the fellowship year. One credit fee scholarships will be available in summer 2017 for fellowship students completing their degrees during the summer. As with College of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Research Fellowships, students are generally not permitted to accept other appointments, fellowships, or outside employment during the fellowship year. Students who are on probation or on leave at the time of the application deadline are not eligible to apply. Students who previously received a College Dissertation Research Fellowship also are not eligible to apply for the College Dissertation Completion Fellowship.
Robert and Carol Morris Dissertation Completion Fellowships
Dissertation Completion Fellowships were funded by the Provost to help students in the humanities and humanistic social sciences complete their graduate degrees in a timely manner (within seven years). To be eligible for a Dissertation Completion Fellowship, College graduate students must be formally admitted to candidacy in a Ph.D. program in an .
The History Department is pleased to announce that two of our Ph.D. students, Patrick Harris and Caitlyn Perry-Dial, have received Dissertation Completion Fellowships from Western Michigan University. These awards will allow both Patrick and Caitlyn to work full-time in 2014-2015 on their dissertations.The Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship program does not accept applications from students receiving a PhD in the following disciplines: business, …Mellon-CES Dissertation Completion Fellowships in European Studies The Council for European Studies (CES) invites eligible graduate students in the humanities to ...The Dissertation Completion Fellowships will encourage the timely completion of doctorates by the most promising graduate students in the field; create a cohort of fellows who will lead the field of Jewish Studies for decades to come; expose new audiences to Jewish Studies scholarship through fellows’ public lectures; and promote continued growth of academic Jewish Studies, at a time of institutional cutbacks in the humanities and social sciences. The program will both provide resources to fellows, in the form of a $20,000 stipend, as well as professional development opportunities, through a mid-year workshop and ongoing contact with mentors during the fellowship year. Particular attention will be dedicated to training the fellows to speak publicly, in an accessible fashion, about their work. Only students who are in the final stages of writing their dissertations and who display clear evidence of their ability to defend their dissertations by July of the fellowship year are eligible to apply for this program.