Grants, Fellowships & Scholarships
The John F. Wilson Research Fellowship, is endowed by Wilson’s former students, and gives priority to projects reflecting the interests and work of their professor: the religious and intellectual life in the American colonies, the relationship between church and state, and religion in contemporary America. This fellowship, in the amount of $1000, will be awarded to support the research of a graduate student member of ASCH.
This year's deadline for applying for these awards is April 10, 2018.
All details on how to apply are on the ASCH website:
New deadline: March 9th
The newly-instituted Spanier-Ladwig Fund offers "grants-in-aid" for expenses related to completing a dissertation/thesis in areas that require the proficient use of the German Language. Possible areas of research include, but are not restricted to, the German language, German literature and thought, German and Central European history, the history of German-speaking institutions and communities, or for research-related travel to places in which German is spoken as the predominant language.
The amount to be awarded is $1,000.
NEW DEADLINE: Proposals due by Friday, March 9th
Currently enrolled students in the School of Arts and Humanities may apply by submitting the following to Susan Hampson:
- A 1-2 page description of the dissertation/thesis project, with specific attention paid to what aspect of the project requires funding
- A CV
- A brief, confidential letter of support from the advisor, to be submitted separately (emailed letters are admissible)
Please note that applicants must agree to allow CGU and the School of Arts & Humanities to share/publicize information regarding the award recipient, project, and amount.
Applications Due: March 30 @ 5pm
The Claremont Consortium's MacAlister Center is facilitating a seminar discussing social justice and the faith community. Today’s political, economic, and social events, that are occurring worldwide, make this an excellent time for people of all faiths, culture and lifestyle to come together in wholesome dialogue. In addition, thanks to the graciousness of Dr. Mona Vosburg, a retired educator, a financial award will be granted to the top three essays submitted by those student- scholars when they are selected to present their 1,500 words of essays at the seminars. The first place winner will receive $1,000, the second place winner will receive $750, the third place winner will receive $500 & 5 honorable mentions will receive $50 amazon gift cards.
If you are interested in the topic of “Religion, culture, Politics, and Power,” we believe that you will enjoy attending and participating in the Vosburg Seminar series at the McAlister Center.
The detailed information is as follows:
Monday March 30th, 2018 by 5:00pm: Application Deadline
Tuesday April 10th, 2018: Seminar
Tuesday April 17th, 2018 @ 7:00pm: Awards Ceremony
*Please submit the google application form & email your essay to Chaplain Jeff Liou at Jeff.Liou@claremont.edu with the subject line "2018 Vosburg Seminar Program: Essay “Religion, Culture, Politics, and Power"*
Please use the following link to access the application form: https://goo.gl/LG2sZA
Applications Due: Friday, April 20th at 5pm
THE MARGO OKAZAWA-REY SUMMER FELLOWSHIP ($2,500)
SUMMER – 2018
The Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies (IDAAS) at the Claremont Colleges established the Margo Okazawa-Rey Summer Fellowship to encourage outstanding college students to implement community-based, creative, or research projects that integrate social justice, multi-racial solidarity, and feminism.
The stipulations on the awards are:
§ The project must be completed by September 1.
§ Criteria for evaluation of an application will include the intellectual rationale for the project, its feasibility, relevance to the students’ background, with emphasis given to projects that integrate social justice and community-based practices and methodologies.
§ The results of the project will be presented to the IDAAS community at an event in the fall semester organized by the fellow(s). Thus, only students returning to Claremont Colleges in the following fall are eligible.
§ No academic credit will be granted for the project. We invite students to explore receiving ½ course credit and/or summer research stipend at their home college in conjunction with the project.
§ Some tangible project must come out of the fellowship that can be turned in (e.g. policy memo, film, booklet, workshop curricula, public health comic book)
Undergraduate and graduate students returning to Claremont Colleges in the following fall are eligible.
Applications for the grant are due Friday, April 20th at 5pm. Please send completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Each application must include:
§ a cover page that includes your name, local address and local phone number, cell phone, permanent address and phone number, email address, year of graduation, majors(s), minor(s), college
§ a current transcript
§ a resume
§ Personal Statement: The personal statement can include but is not limited to:
Briefly describe your connection to the community with whom you will work.
Describe how your personal background, experiences, and/or unique qualifications best suit you for this fellowship project.
Describe a personal or professional challenge that you’ve faced in the past five years and how you overcame that challenge.
Describe your public interest work, volunteer service, coursework and other relevant experiences that have equipped you with the skills, including organizational and project management skills, to accomplish the proposed fellowship project.
The grant may be taken totally or partially as a stipend, in which case it is taxable. It may also be utilized totally or partially to reimburse the student for travel, equipment, books and other expenses associated with the project. In the case of several students working on one project, the stipend will be divided evenly among the students.
Cover sheets, application forms, and recommendation forms are available at www.idaas.org. See your Registrar for transcripts. Announcements of the winners are made at the ASAM senior presentations dinner on Wed., May, 2nd, 5:30–7:00 p.m., Location TBD.
The editorial team of Religions is inviting applications for a Travel Award for two young investigators to support attending a conference in 2018. The nominations and applications will be assessed by an Evaluation Committee organized by Religions Editorial Board.
- Applicants must be PhD students, postdoctoral fellows or young lecturers working in the field of religious studies.
- Applicants plan to participate at an international conference in 2018 to present their research (oral or poster presentation).
Applicants are required to submit the following documents:
- The applicant’s oral or poster abstract for the conference indicating the conference name and website.
- CV, including a complete list of publications.
- A brief letter (500 words) describing the focus of the research and the nature of the conference.
- A letter of recommendation (max. 400 words).
Please apply by clicking the button above before 1 April 2018. The winners will be informed via email and also announced on the homepage of Religions in June 2018.
The award consists of 800 CHF (or 810 USD/720 EUR). Each winner can publish one paper in Religions free of charge.
For more information, please visit: http://www.mdpi.com/journal/religions/awards
Call for Applications
Transdisciplinary Dissertation Awards
2018 - 2019
The Transdisciplinary Studies Program invites doctoral candidates who are advanced to candidacy and are within 18 months of expected graduation to apply for the 2018-2019 Transdisciplinary Dissertation Award.
The award recognizes students who are using transdisciplinary methodologies and perspectives in their research in innovative, creative, and compelling ways.
Applications are due by noon (Pacific time) Monday, April 9, 2018.
We look forward to receiving your applications!
Transdisciplinary Studies Program
Claremont Graduate University
135 East 12th Street | Claremont, CA 91711
email@example.com | 909 . 607 . 0724
Job Posting Title:
CLIR CCEPS Fellow
• Reformat and edit of still photography, documents, reports, and other archival materials for the CCDL as needed.
• Utilize specialized equipment, software, and resources for digitization, reformatting, and conversion including: Adobe CC (Photoshop, Acrobat) and large format camera.
• Perform imaging, post-processing, quality control, optical character recognition, text markup, metadata creation and editing, data entry, and file management.
• Upload digital surrogates into digital asset management system.
• Observe, document and follow-up any copyright issues in accordance with grant specifications.
• Update workflow documentation and records under the direction of the supervisor.
• Write weekly reflective posts about digitizing and creating metadata for the CCEPS blog, “Out of the Box,” and provide written weekly updates to supervisor.
• Give a culminating presentation about project work at end of semester.
• Participate in online exhibits, events, conferences, workshops and training sessions as needed.
• Read all communication from library staff and remain current on library policies and procedures.
• Arrive on time for scheduled shifts.
• Attend student worker program meetings/socials and additional training sessions as needed or required.
• Opportunity to work in a specialized department in the library with more advanced training.
Required Education Summary:
Must be currently enrolled and attending one of The Claremont Colleges.
Required Knowledge and Critical Skills:
● Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal).
● Attention to detail.
● Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
● Ability to learn and perform new tasks quickly and effectively.
● Ability to learn digitization software and equipment.
● Ability to work independently, take initiative, and multitask.
Preferred Knowledge and Critical Skills:
● Specialized interest and knowledge of local water history, water in the West, environmental analysis and/or multimedia disciplines.
● Familiarity with digitization software such as: Adobe CC (Photoshop, Acrobat).
● Prior digitization experience.
● Familiarity with CONTENTdm or other digital asset management systems.
The regular hours for this Part time position will vary, Monday–Friday. Holiday, weekend and evening work hours may be required. Regular hours may vary due to needs of the organization or business unit.
This job description defines the essential job duties of this position. The Claremont Colleges Services expects that employees hired for this position can perform the essential functions of this job without imposing risk of substantial harm to the health or safety of themselves or others. It may also include marginal functions, generally defined within Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
For more information, including how to apply, please visit:
Applications must be received by March 1, 2018.
The ONE Archives Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of its new LGBTQ Research Fellowship Program, offering limited-term research fellowships to support scholars engaged in graduate-level, post-doctoral, and independent research. Faculty, graduate students, and independent scholars who are interested in conducting primary source-based research at theONE Archives at the University of Southern Californian (USC) Libraries are invited to apply.
“The LGBTQ Research Fellowship Program will contribute toward deeper scholarship around LGBTQ history and its importance in advancing social change. The Fellowship program further enhances the ONE Archives Foundation’s LGBTQ education initiatives. We are delighted to support scholars and researchers expand knowledge and understanding of our diverse, queer communities,” said Jennifer C. Gregg, Executive Director of the ONE Archives Foundation.
“The ONE Archives Foundation’s LGBTQ Research Fellowship Program seeks to support academics and established researchers to advance scholarship around LGBTQ history by providing short-term support to access the collections at ONE Archives at the USC Libraries, making the academic world and a larger public aware of the important and unique holdings in the archives,” says Dr. Joseph Hawkins, Director of the ONE Archives at the USC Libraries and ONE Archives Foundation Board Member.
Applications are invited for residence between May 2018 and December 2018. Applicants may request funding up to the full amount of $1,500. Applicants will be notified of results by April 1, 2018. Desired outcomes could include scholarly writings, publications, and media and art projects.
Please visit http://one.usc.edu for detailed information about the research resources of the ONE Archives at the USC Libraries.
For more information about the LGBTQ Research Fellowship Program, please visit:http://onearchives.org/fellowship.
Deadline: February 1
Fellowship Opportunity at The Center for Spirituality & Practice and The Fetzer Institute
The Practicing Democracy Project Fellowship is a one-year opportunity for graduate students interested in exploring how democracy as a way of life can be strengthened and deepened through spiritual practices. Three Fellows each year will work with The Center for Spirituality & Practice and the Fetzer Institute, collaborators on the Project, to craft their involvement, based upon their skills and interests, in a wide-ranging effort to help shape America’s democracy for the common good of all.
Areas of concentration could be identifying and testing spiritual practices; writing and curating relevant resources for the website PracticingDemocracy.net; networking to determine needs of various constituencies across the political spectrum; creating program plans for individual and group use; and developing a publicity/promotion and social media campaign for the Project.
Fellows will be candidates for Ph.D., D.Min., M.Div., and M.A. degrees as well as Post-Grads in fields of Religion and Spirituality, Education, Cultural Studies, Politics, Government, and Public Policy, and Communication and Journalism. Fellows will attend regular mentoring and sharing sessions (in person or via Zoom) with the Spirituality & Practice team. Preference will be given to applicants who can use the large library of spiritual resources at the Center for Spirituality & Practice in Claremont, California, but it is also possible to connect with the S&P team virtually.
The Fellowship will begin in the Winter/Spring 2018 and continue through Fall 2018. Fellows will receive a stipend of $15,000 ($25/hr.) for a mutually agreed-upon work schedule.
For more information on The Practicing Democracy Project, read the overview and explore the curated resources and topic pages on the website www.PracticingDemocracy.net
For additional details about the Fellowship, visit www.SpiritualityandPractice.com/Fellows
Priority will be given to applications received by January 15, 2018.
Final deadline: February 1, 2018.
Send a cover letter and resume to:
Mary Ann Brussat
The Center for Spirituality & Practice
223 W. Foothill Boulevard, 2nd Floor
Claremont, California 91711
Applications due: February 14th
Thanks to the exceptional generosity of our sponsors and partners, we are able to offer a number of scholarships for the Digital Humanities Summer Institute. These scholarships are open to all, and cover course costs with the exception of a small, non-refundable administration fee (students $150, non-students $300).
The application process for DHSI scholarships typically opens early in the Fall term, announced via the DHSI e-mail list and DHInstitute on Twitter; sometimes, we'll be able to soft-launch earlier. Scholarship applications will be accepted until 14 February.
Applications are considered on a rolling basis, evaluated with attention to need, merit, and course availability at the time of evaluation.
Note: You can apply for, and are eligible to receive, scholarship spots in each, either, and both of the DHSI weeks. Please submit a separate application for each of the week-long sessions you are considering.
Scholarships can take a number of weeks to process. If you are hoping for a spot in a particular course that has limited room remaining, we recommend considering the fee reductions available to students and members of sponsoring and partner organizations and registering directly.
- There are a limited number of DHSI scholarship spots available in each course, offered as applications are considered on a rolling basis. As scholarship spots fill, closer to the deadline date DHInstitute on Twitter will often note which courses may still have DHSI scholarship spots available, as well as when additional spots become available. (The best rule of thumb, for better or worse, is that the more full a course is the less likely there will still be scholarship spots available; details of course enrolment levels are available on our website as enrolment rises.)
- While DHSI scholarship spots may not be available in all courses at all times, there may still be some room available in those courses via direct registration at http://www.dhsi.org/registration.html, with considerable fee reductions available to students and those members of sponsoring organisations (including the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organisations [ADHO], the Modern Language Association [MLA], Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences [CFHSS], the Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory [HASTAC], and others!); see http://dhsi.org/registration.html#SponsorRegistration for further details.
- In order to be eligible for a DHSI scholarship, you must complete the scholarship application and receive your acceptance before registering for a course.
- DHSI scholarships are intended for the person to whom they are awarded, and are non-transferrable.
- So that you receive correspondence from DHSI about your scholarship application in a timely manner, please ensure that your spam filter will allow emails from uvic.ca.
- We regret that we are unable to offer fee reimbursements to participants who register before receiving the results of their scholarship application
For more information, please visit: http://dhsi.org/scholarships.php
CGU is happy to announce the Call for Applications for the third annual Black Scholars Award (BSA). The award was established in 2015, and acknowledges exemplary work by students who are of Black African ancestry. Awarded in the spring, the $2,000 award funds tuition costs, research funding, books, and/or personal expenses related to degree completion.
Applications for the BSA are due January 8, 2018. The application and further details are available on the BSA website here.
All applications will be thoroughly reviewed by the BSA advisory committee which consists of CGU faculty, staff, students, administrators, and alumni.
The 2017-2018 Advisory Committee members are:
- Ariel Carpenter ’13, Assistant Director of International Admissions, Office of Student Life, Diversity, & Leadership
- Collins Ejiogu, Student Accounts Manager, Office of Finance and Administration
- Lisa Flores Griffith, Assistant Vice President of Student Services, Office of Student Affairs
- Jessica Jones, Academic Assistant – Curriculum & Faculty Support, School of Arts & Humanities
- Calista Kelly ’16, Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Office of Advancement
- Denise McIver ’18, MA, Arts Management, Peter F. Drucker School of Management
- Mireya Morales ’18, Assistant Dean of Students and Director of International Student Services, Office of Student Life, Diversity, & Leadership
- Allen Omoto, Professor, Education/Psychology and Interim Dean, School of Educational Studies
- Jamaal Tolbert ’14, Freelance Artist & Entrepreneur
- Gloria Willingham-Touré ’96, CEO, Afram Global Organization, Inc., and & Founder, The Village P.r.o.j.e.c.t.s
The BSA is made possible by an endowment funded through the Matthew and Roberta Jenkins Foundation and the generous support of alumni and friends. If you, or anyone you know, would like to contribute to the endowment, contact the Office of Advancement at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: Ocotober 15th
The Women’s Studies Fellowships are provided to Ph.D. candidates at institutions in the United States who will complete their dissertations during the fellowship year. The most competitive applications include not only a clear, thorough, and compelling description of the candidate’s work, but also evidence of an enduring interest in and commitment to women’s issues and scholarship on women and gender.
The Women’s Studies competition is for projects in the humanities and social sciences; projects in fields such as management, the clinical and biological sciences, and law are not eligible unless they have a demonstrable academic grounding in the humanities and social sciences. Applicants working on health-related issues in the social sciences should consider carefully whether their work demonstrably centers on the topic’s social, cultural, and individual aspects.
The 2018 Fellowship competition will select ten Fellows who will receive $5,000 to be used for expenses connected with completing their dissertations, such as research-related travel, data work/collection, and supplies.
If You’re Interested
Please see the information on the following pages:
You may also browse the selection committee members and Fellows from the most recent competition:
To sign up for more information about this program, click here.
Deadline: November 15th, 5pm CST
The Harry Ransom center is accepting applications for the 2018–2019 year. The submission deadline is November 15, 2017 at 5:00pm CST. For details and application instructions, visit: http://budurl.com/rm2n
We will award 10 dissertation fellowships and up to 50 postdoctoral fellowships for projects that require substantial on-site use of its collections. The collections support research in all areas of the humanities, including literature, photography, film, art, the performing arts, music, and cultural history.
With the exception of those applying for dissertation fellowships, all applicants must have a Ph.D. or be independent scholars with a substantial record of achievement.
The fellowship itself is quite flexible, with terms ranging from one to three months, with stipends of $3,500 per month (domestic) or $4,000 per month (international). Travel stipends and dissertation fellowships provide stipends of $2,000 (domestic) or $2,500 (international). Fellowship residencies may be scheduled between June 1, 2018, and August 31, 2019. During the fellowship, scholars will work on-site at the Ransom Center in Austin, Texas.
Fellows will become part of a distinguished group of alumni. Since the fellowship program's inauguration in 1990, the Ransom Center has supported the research of more than 1,000 scholars from around the world.
Questions about the fellowship program or application procedures should be directed to email@example.com. If you have questions about how the Ransom Center’s collections might support your research, I would encourage you to email our great reference team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications Due: November 1
Monmouth College seeks qualified applications for two Instructors for its Lux Summer Theological Institute for Youth, a two-week residential program for high-school youth designed to provide young people with opportunities to engage pertinent topics in theological inquiry. Instructors will be responsible for daily classes in theology, ethics, or Bible. Beyond the classroom students will also learn new modes of worship and spiritual practice, participate in service, experience interfaith activities, and explore their vocation.
The primary responsibility of the position centers upon teaching the daily seminar classes; instructors will also serve as mentors for the students and help with other aspects of the program. Instructors will work with Monmouth College faculty mentors to design and implement the course and will need to be onsite for a weekend workshop in the spring of 2018 (TBD), for four days prior to the Institute (July 11-14), and for the entirety of the Institute (July 15-29, 2018). The Institute offers a $2000 stipend in addition to covering travel to and from the spring workshop and summer institute (in compliance with IRS regulations), and room and board on campus. This program is funded by a major grant that Monmouth has received from Lilly Endowment and is coordinated through the college’s Lux Center for Church and Religious Leadership. The theme for 2018 is And God Saw That It Was Good: Thinking Theologically about Our Natural Environment and Environmental Problems
- Masters degree or equivalent. Advanced Ph.D. students in a relevant field (theology, ethics, biblical studies) preferred.
- Design a two week course for high school youth
- Teach an hour session each day of the two week institute
- Be part of the learning community throughout the institute
- Attend a weekend workshop in the spring in order to be oriented to the program and begin the mentoring relationship with Monmouth College faculty
- Supply reports and feedback for assessment of the program during and after the institute
Please submit the following materials electronically to the program director, Rev. Jessica Hawkinson at email@example.com by November 1, 2017
- A letter of application that expresses your interest for this program and outlines your strengths and qualifications.
- A curriculum vitae. Please include three references.
Deadline: December 7, 2017
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is accepting applications for the 2018 Ford Foundation Fellowships Programs for Achieving Excellence in College and University Teaching. Full eligibility information and online applications are available on our website.
Through its Fellowship Programs, the Ford Foundation seeks to increase the diversity of the nation's college and university faculties by increasing their ethnic and racial diversity, to maximize the educational benefits of diversity, and to increase the number of professors who can and will use diversity as a resource for enriching the education of all students.
• U.S. citizens, nationals, permanent residents (holders of a Permanent Resident Card), or individuals granted deferred action status under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA) program, and political asylees and refugees regardless of race, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, or sexual orientation
• Individuals planning a career in teaching and research at the college or university level in a research-based filed of science, social science or humanities
• Predoctoral--$24,000 per year for three years
• Dissertation--$25,000 for one year
• Postdoctoral--$45,000 for one year
Awardees will have expenses paid to attend at least one Conference of Ford Fellows. Approximately 65 predoctoral, 36 dissertation, and 24 postdoctoral fellowships will be awarded.
Application Deadline Dates:
• Predoctoral: December 14, 2017 (5:00 PM EST)
• Dissertation: December 7, 2017 (5:00 PM EST)
• Postdoctoral: December 7, 2017 (5:00 PM EST)
Supplementary Materials receipt deadline for submitted applications is January 9, 2018 (5:00 PM EST)
For more information and to apply online:
The Department of Religion at CGU was recently awarded a preparing future faculty grant from the Wabash Center for a term of two years (2017-2019). During these two years, we will make awards to 6-10 Wabash fellows who will have the opportunity to be mentored by one of the religious studies faculty from the five undergraduate Claremont colleges. Fellows will meet regularly with their faculty mentor in the fall, participate in CGU’s own PFF (preparing future faculty) program, and in the spring work with their faculty mentor and their students in a specific class. If you would like to be considered for a Wabash fellow position, please submit your CV and a cover letter describing your interest in the program to the co-directors, Cynthia Eller (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Erika Dyson (email@example.com). Wabash fellows will receive an honorarium of $1750 during the spring semester of their fellowship year. Please keep an eye out for future announcements, as we will be running a fall pedagogy workshop in mid to late September (date TBD), bringing together 5C faculty and CGU graduate students to discuss the art of teaching.
2017 Grace Berry Award for Women in Graduate Studies / Application Deadline: Friday, May 5, 2017
The Intercollegiate Feminist Center for Teaching, Research & Engagement invites applications for the Grace Berry Award for Women in Graduate Studies for 2017. The award is made possible by a gift to the Intercollegiate Feminist Center for Teaching, Research and Engagement from Pomona College alumna Margarita Lorbeer Horner for the purpose of helping women at the Claremont Graduate University pursue their education. The gift was made in honor of Grace Berry, founder of the Pomona Valley Branch of the American Association of University Women in 1918. Grace Berry was a faculty member at Pomona College and dorm mother of the Sumner women’s dorm there.
Application Deadline: May 5, 2017
The annual award is $500.00.
Applications must be received at the Intercollegiate Feminist Center for Teaching, Research and Engagement (Vita Nova 107, Scripps College) by Friday, May 5, 2017. Applications, including recommendation forms and letters of recommendations MUST BE SIGNED. E-mail letters of recommendation will not be accepted unless they are sent by the recommender and are signed (and must be received by the due date). Please refer to the checklist on page two of the application when completing your application. No exceptions will be made.
A Word version of the application is below.
Contact Marney Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Please visit the Scripps College on-line campus map to locate Vita Nova Hall: http://colleges.claremont.edu/ifc/contact-us/.
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Claremont Colleges Library seeks students for a grant-funded digitization project!
Students – are you . . .
1) interested in working with historical documents, archival materials, and primary sources?
2) interested in describing online materials for researchers?
3) interested in gaining skills related to digitization, metadata creation, and creating a digital archive?
4) interested in water history in Southern California and the Southwest?
If so, then the CLIR Claremont Center for Engagement with Primary Sources Fellow job is just for you!
Please visit the library’s student employment page here: http://libguides.libraries.claremont.edu/studentemployment for a complete job description and fill out the “Library Student Assistant Interest Form".
The Claremont Colleges Library, with the guidance of Pomona Advancement and the collaboration of six other Southern California libraries, has received a Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) grant for the project “Digitizing Southern California Water Resources,” which will digitize and help preserve primary source documentation of water history in California. Work will be carried out by The Claremont Center for Engagement with Primary Sources (CCEPS) which integrates primary source materials more fully into the teaching and research mission of The Claremont Colleges by providing hands-on experience for both undergraduate and graduate-level students, while enhancing access to archival collections. Working in the CCEPS allows students to gain experience with primary sources and receive compensation at a rate competitive with similar on-campus employment options. CCEPS CLIR Fellows will digitize water resources archives of five of the seven partner institutions, create metadata, and upload the digital content to CONTENTdm. Positions are for a limited duration of 1 semester- approximately 12-15 weeks and may be extended for a 2nd semester/summer. This is a 3-year project and students will be hired for Fall, Spring and Summer during each of the three years.
Extended Application Deadline: March 8, 12PM
The Claremont University Chaplains are presenting brief seminar discussing social justice and the faith community. Today’s political, economic, and social events, that are occurring worldwide, make this an excellent time for people of all faiths, culture and lifestyle to come together in wholesome dialogue. In addition, thanks to the graciousness of Dr. Mona Vosburg, a retired educator, a financial award will be granted to two top essays submitted by those student- scholars when they are selected to present their 1,500 words of essays at the seminars. The first place winner will receive $750 and the second place will receive $250.
If you are interested in the topic of “Religion, culture, Politics, and Power,” we believe that you will enjoy attending and participating in the Vosburg Seminar series at the McAlister Center.
The detailed information is as follows:
(Wed), 2017 (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM)Feb 1st *Seminar Dates & Time :
(Weds), 2017 (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM)March 8th & 29th
(Wed), 2017 (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM)April 8th *The Essay Award and Reception:
*Please submit the application form and essay by email or to the CUC chaplains’ office by 12PM on March 8th.
FYI, Please refer to the application form attached below.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Rev. Dr. Leon Wood at Leon_Wood@cuc.claremont.edu or (909) 621-8685.
Applications Due: January 31, 2017
The UB Humanities Institute, in collaboration with the UB Libraries, is
offering two fellowships - the James Joyce Fellowship and the Charles D.
Abbott Library Fellowship - for visiting scholars and graduate students
working on their dissertations to use the UB Libraries' outstanding special
collections, which include the Poetry Collection, University Archives, Rare
Books, the Music Library, the Polish Collection, and the History of Medicine
The James Joyce Fellowship
The stipend is up to $4,000 for scholars and graduate students whose research
is centered on the writings of James Joyce, Modernism, Joyce-related research,
research on Sylvia Beach, Modernist publishers, Modernist genetic criticism,
Joyce's literary circle, his literary colleagues, or his influences.
The Charles D. Abbott Library Fellowship
The stipend is up to $4,000 for scholars and graduate students whose research
would be enhanced by any of the books, manuscripts or unique documents in the
UB Libraries special collections, which include materials from the Poetry
Collection, University Archives, Rare Books, the Polish Collection, the Music
Library, and the History of Medicine Collection.
The fellowships provide stipends to cover the cost of fellows' travel to
Buffalo and accommodation and expenses during the time of their stay. In
addition to the stipend, Fellows will receive library and parking privileges
at UB and are invited to participate in any Humanities Institute events that
occur during the time of their visit. If feasible, Fellows are invited to give
one public lecture on their research. Fellows are also asked to submit a one
page, single-spaced report on the value of having used the collection at UB
that will be posted on the Humanities Institute website.
Please note that applicants may apply for only one fellowship per academic
year. For more information about these programs and their applications, which are
due January 31, 2017, please visit: