Due May 12 | Applications for ERI Fellowship in Interdisciplinary Research in the Service of Public Knowledge
Graduate Center Early Research Initiative Fellowships in Interdisciplinary Research in the Service of Public Knowledge
The Carnegie Foundation initiative on doctoral education uses the label “steward” to convey a role for scholars that transcends accomplishments and skills: it has an ethical and political dimension. “Self-identifying as a steward,” Chris Golde of Stanford says, “implies adopting a sense of purpose that is larger than oneself” or one’s own discipline. Students and faculty at the Graduate Center have a rich history of conducting interdisciplinary work that seeks to enrich public knowledge and public discourse.
In the spirit of this history, the Early Research Initiative invites applications for new research fellowships for Summer 2017. These $4,000 fellowships will be offered to Graduate Center Ph.D. students from any program conducting research with a distinctive interdisciplinary turn whose main question is driven by public needs and priorities. The primary responsibilities of the award winners will be to produce a dissertation proposal or a dissertation chapter by September 2017 that will be showcased on the Provost’s website, as part of a new initiative in support of this theme. (more…)
Invitation for applications for the IRADAC/Schomburg Digitization Fellowships
Fall 2017/Spring 2018
Students will work closely with staff at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Located in Harlem, the Schomburg Center is recognized as one of the world’s leading research institutions focusing on African-American, African Diaspora, and African experience. Throughout the fall semester, fellows will work primarily on-site at the Schomburg assisting staff to identify materials within their extensive collections that might be digitized in order to make them more available to the general public. In the spring semester fellows will be required to give informal presentations on their findings as part of the IRADAC Fellows Symposium. (more…)
The CUNY Graduate Center’s Teaching and Learning Center invites applications for TLC Fellowships for the 2017-18 academic year. TLC Fellows support CUNY Graduate Center students who are teaching across CUNY by consulting with graduate instructors during office hours, developing workshops and focused inquiry groups, producing guides for the Center’s web site, and contributing to a range of special projects. During the 2016-17 academic year, TLC fellows worked on projects related to educational technology, writing pedagogy, working with diverse student populations, teaching as an international student, data security, managing nerves in the classroom, and other topics. During the 2017-18 academic year, these themes will continue, and will expand to include quantitative and scientific instructional methodologies and a focus on accessibility in the college classroom. (more…)
2018-2019 IIE Fulbright Grants for Graduate Research Abroad
Campus Deadline: Wednesday, September 6, 2017, 5pm
The 2018-19 Institute for International Education (IIE) Fulbright Grant competition is now open, application materials and guidelines are available on-line at http://www.us.fulbrightonline.org.
The IIE Fulbright website provides full guidelines, instructions, and country-specific information. Doctoral students applying for these grants are expected to have fully developed research proposals for research abroad. Eligibility requirements include U.S. citizenship and proficiency in the host country language. (more…)
The Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies is currently accepting applications for the Spring 2017 YAI Fellowship. The YAI/ National Institute for People with Disabilities Network has awarded a grant to the CLACLS to support a $1,000 fellowship for one Ph.D. student at the Graduate Center.
The competition is open to students at the Graduate Center who:
- Are enrolled in a doctoral program.
- Are conducting research on any topic related to Latinos with developmental disabilities or Latinos and health.
Deadline April 24 | CUNY Graduate Center/Morgan Library & Museum Graduate Archival Summer Fellowships
The Early Research Initiative invites applications for two Morgan Library & Museum Graduate Archival Fellowships (Summer 2017). These $4,000 fellowships will be offered to Graduate Center Ph.D. students from any program with primary research interests related to the collections at the Morgan Library & Museum. The primary responsibilities of the award winners will be to collaborate with curators and librarians from the Morgan in order to process uncatalogued collections, improve public access to documents and related materials, and to gain experience in creating and organizing collections. (more…)
LOST & FOUND: THE CUNY POETICS DOCUMENT INITIATIVE
2017 LOST & FOUND GRANTS
Application Deadline: Friday, April 21, 2017
Extended Application Deadline: Monday, April 24, 2017 (11:59 PM)
ARCHIVAL RESEARCH GRANT
Lost & Found is a publishing project centered on student archival research in 20th century cultural materials, with a focus on poetry and poetics. Poised at the intersection of scholarly investigation, innovative publishing, and cultural preservation, each Lost & Found chapbook emphasizes the importance of collaborative and archival research. The work of Lost & Found is multi-valent and involves: archival research at all stages of its development, digital practices, public events, oral history, mentorship, transcription, and editorial support. The Center for the Humanities is delighted to announce 2017 Lost & Found Research Stipends available for doctoral students from all disciplines at the Graduate Center, CUNY, with experience and / or an interest in archival research. (more…)
The Decorative Arts Trust is accepting applications for our 2017 Summer Research Grants. This arm of the Trust’s Emerging Scholars Program provides support for graduate students working on a Master’s thesis or PhD dissertation in a field related to the decorative arts. More information, as well as descriptions of past grant projects, can be found our website.
Applications can be submitted electronically through the Trust website, or downloaded as a PDF. and sent by post to The Decorative Arts Trust, 20 South Olive Street, Suite 204, Media, PA 19063, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must be received no later than April 30, 2017. Please contact Trust Programming & Communications Coordinator Christian Roden with any questions at email@example.com or at 610-627-4970.
Founded in 1977, the Decorative Arts Trust is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and fostering of the appreciation and study of the decorative arts through programming, collaborations and partnerships with museums and preservation organizations, and the underwriting of internships, scholarships, and research grants for graduate students and young professionals.
Under the auspices of the American Antiquarian Society (AAS) and The Graduate Center Digital Initiatives (GCDI) program, a summer fellow is sought to transform ten early American literary text from PDF to TEI-encoded XML. These text have been published on Common-place: The Journal of Early American Life’s Just Teach One and need to be encoded according to the AAS TEI schema. Just Teach One, edited by Duncan Faherty (CUNY Graduate Center) and Ed White (Tulane University), aims to recover neglected or forgotten texts for teaching and studying early America. AAS manages the production of the site, and AAS Digital Humanities Curator Molly Hardy oversees the TEI-encoding of the texts. (more…)
Deadline April 10 | Applications for CUNY-New York Botanical Garden | Humanities Institute – Graduate Research Fellowship, Summer 2017
LUESTHER T. MERTZ LIBRARY
CUNY—New York Botanical Garden | Humanities Institute
Graduate Research Fellowship
The Early Research Initiative invites applications for two CUNY—NYBG | Humanities Institute Graduate Research Fellowships. These CUNY sponsored $4000 fellowships will be offered to CUNY Graduate Center Ph.D. students (Level I onward) from any program with primary research interests related to the environmental humanities that can be studied using the collections of the LuEsther T. Mertz Library at NYBG. The Humanities Institute is a division within the Mertz Library, one of the most comprehensive botanical libraries worldwide, with holdings comprising eight centuries of knowledge about the plant kingdom and related topics. The primary responsibilities of the fellowship recipient will be to conduct their own research and collaborate with curators and archivists to expand public awareness of the important historical materials that reflect worldwide knowledge of plant science and culture, the vision of nature, landscape and garden design. (more…)