7 May, 2013 By rrafferty 0 Comments
What is a fellowship?
A fellowship is an award for your past performance (grades, leadership, community service) which supports your current work or future promise.
A fellowship often combines a scholarship (financial stipend) with a mentored experience (faculty advisors for research and creative projects, or supervisors for internships). Fellowships fund a specific purpose such as education, research, teaching, or public service.
Are you interested in:
funding for study, travel, research?
engaging in service to positively impact your community?
developing lasting relationships with faculty members?
defining clear goals for your future?
Fellowships can help you:
find appropriate fellowships.
navigate the application process.
write and revise applications.
prepare for interviews.
connect with faculty advisors.
identify and take some of the steps in your future plans.
Rosemary P. Carbine, Ph.D.
Religious Studies and Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Fellowships