Category Archives: Fellowships/Grants

Deadline Feb 15 | NY State Excelsior Fellowship

NEW YORK STATE EXCELSIOR SERVICE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM

www.ny.gov/ExcelsiorFellowship

The New York State Excelsior Service Fellowship Program is a funded two-year fellowship offering talented recent graduates of graduate and advanced degree programs hands on training and experience in New York State government. Excelsior Fellows work full time at host executive-branch agencies and authorities, advancing the operational aspects of large policy initiatives. Fellow placements include the Executive Chamber, Empire State Development Corporation, Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs, Department of Environmental Conservation, the Port Authority of NY/NJ, and the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision. Continue reading Deadline Feb 15 | NY State Excelsior Fellowship

Due Feb 24 | 2019-2020 Fellowship Opportunities with the Futures Initiative

Good news! The Futures Initiative is now seeking THREE Graduate Center doctoral students in any field for 2019-2020 fellowships.

Applications are due February 24, 2019.

These are one-year positions, renewable for up to three years (contingent on program funding), for the following roles:

We aim to build a team that is diverse in every way. Doctoral students who have backgrounds that are underrepresented in the academy are especially encouraged to apply.

Graduate Fellows are at the heart of the Futures Initiative, and the work we do is designed to support our mission and the professional goals of every Fellow. Our past fellows have gone on to do meaningful, inspiring work, both in the academy and beyond. In the same way that we advocate peer-to-peer communities online, peer mentorship, and student-centered learning in the classroom, so are we organized around the ideal of peer administration and peer leadership as the basis of agency and activism in the development of future leaders of a more equitable society and system of higher education. Continue reading Due Feb 24 | 2019-2020 Fellowship Opportunities with the Futures Initiative

Deadline Mar 1 | Apply for a TLC Fellowship for the 2019-2020 Academic Year

The CUNY Graduate Center’s Teaching and Learning Center invites applications for Teaching and Learning Center Fellowships for the 2019-2020 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 content for the Center’s teaching Handbook, planning the Teach@CUNY Summer Institute, and contributing to a range of special projects. For more on TLC programming, visit our website at http://cuny.is/teaching.

This is a terrific opportunity to join a collaborative team of educators who are deeply committed to enhancing teaching across the nation’s largest, urban, public university.

GC TLC Fellows report to the director of the Teaching and Learning Center, and will be expected to work both independently and in collaboration with other TLC fellows and post-doctoral fellows. Ideal candidates will be deeply engaged with the City University of New York, and will be experienced college teachers familiar with current pedagogical conversations. Strong writing, digital, and presentational skills are required, as is current enrollment in a doctoral program at the Graduate Center.

Compensation and Benefits
Total compensation for this fellowship is approximately $28,000. This funding will include a graduate assistant appointment that will carry eligibility to purchase the low-cost NYSHIP health insurance, a stipend, and in-state tuition remission for fellows who are within their first 10 registered semesters of study. Teaching and Learning Center Fellows will be required to work a total of 450 non-teaching hours during the academic year (two 15-week semesters). This position comes with the possibility of reappointment and additional remuneration for summer work. Please note that students may not hold this Fellowship and a GTF concurrently.

To Apply
Please email the following to tlc@gc.cuny.edu as a single pdf named YourLastName.TLCFellowship.pdf

  • a statement of interest (no more than 1-2 pages)
  • a CV
  • the names and contact information (including email addresses) of three references

Please include “TLC Fellows Application” in the subject line. Applications must be received by March 1 to be considered.

Deadline Mar 4 | FY 2019 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowships

The Department of Education has just announced the 2019 Fulbright-Hays/DDRA fellowship competition. Please see the notice below.

The Graduate Center’s internal deadline for applications will be Monday, March 4, by 5:00 p.m. in order to allow for review of applications prior to the U.S. Department of Education’s transmittal deadline of March 25. No extensions to this deadline will be possible.

Students who are thinking of applying should contact Rachel Sponzo in the Provost’s Office (rsponzo@gc.cuny.edu) as soon as possible for additional information. Continue reading Deadline Mar 4 | FY 2019 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowships

Deadline Feb 28 | Summer 2019 – CUNY- NYBG | Humanities Institute’s Research Fellowship Program

CUNY—New York Botanical Garden | Humanities Institute

Graduate Research Fellowship

Summer 2019

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.

While the rich and diverse collections of the Mertz Library span the early modern period to the contemporary moment and embrace the global as well as the local, it is offering CUNY students, the opportunity to complete a study project focused on any area related to the environmental humanities, highlighting the interconnectivity between the arts and sciences.

Responsibilities:

Fellowship recipients will be required to be in residence for 120 hours over the summer of 2019 at the LuEsther T. Mertz Library at NYBG; in addition, recipients will be required to do a brief public presentation on their work progress and write a blog post about their experiences before the end of the Fall 2019 semester.

How to Apply:

To apply please send a letter of interest describing your research interests and related experience with specific reference to how your proposed research would use materials at the Mertz library, a c.v., a current Graduate Center transcript (Students may submit the unofficial student copy that can be printed from CUNYFirst), and a letter of support from your primary advisor.

Instructions for submitting your application:

1)     Please combine the above materials (except for the letter of recommendation) into a

SINGLE file (either as a pdf document or a word document).

Use the following format when naming your document:

Last Name, First Name, Program

2)     Email your file directly to fellowshipapps@gc.cuny.edu

Please use your graduate center email address when sending the file.

 

Instructions for Faculty Recommenders:

1)     Prepare your reference letter as a regular word or pdf document.

2)     Please use the following format when naming your document:

Student Last Name, First Name

3)     Email your file directly to fellowshipapps@gc.cuny.edu

 

Application Deadline: February 28th, 2019

 

Awards applications – CUNY Academy

The CUNY Academy is pleased to announce that the nomination process for the prestigious Feliks Gross Awards, for the academic year 2018-2019, is opened. Please nominate Assistant Professors – Tenure Track for the Feliks Gross Awards.

Please invite your:

Please support the work of the CUNY Academy for the Humanities and Sciences.

Become a CUNY Academy member or simply contribute.

Contact: Andrei Jitianu

Apply by Feb 8 | 2019-2020 Fellowship Opportunity with the Futures Initiative

The Futures Initiative is seeking a Graduate Center doctoral student in any field for a 2019-2020 fellowship.

Applications are due February 8, 2019.

This is a one-year position, renewable for up to three years. We are seeking one new fellow in 2019-2020 for the following role: Web Designer and Digital Strategist. We aim to build a team that is diverse in every way. Doctoral students who have backgrounds underrepresented in the academy are especially encouraged to apply.

Graduate Fellows are at the heart of the Futures Initiative, and the work we do is designed to support our mission and the professional goals of every Fellow. Our past fellows have gone on to do meaningful, inspiring work, both in the academy and beyond. In the same way that we advocate peer-to-peer communities online, peer mentorship, and student-centered learning in the classroom, so are we organized around the ideal of peer administration and peer leadership as the basis of agency and activism in the development of future leaders of a more equitable society and system of higher education. Continue reading Apply by Feb 8 | 2019-2020 Fellowship Opportunity with the Futures Initiative

Extended deadline Feb 8 | APPLY NOW: 2019 Lost & Found Grants and Fellowships

2019 LOST & FOUND GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

Application Deadline: Monday, February 5th, 2019     

Friday, February 8, 2019

Eligibility: Doctoral Students at the Graduate Center, CUNY

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. Continue reading Extended deadline Feb 8 | APPLY NOW: 2019 Lost & Found Grants and Fellowships

Deadline Feb 15 | 2019-2020 Graduate Student Public Humanities Fellowship

The Center for the Humanities at the Graduate Center, CUNY and Humanities New York announce the call for applicants for the 2019-2020 Graduate Student Public Humanities Fellowship.

The Graduate Student Public Humanities Fellowship was developed by Humanities New York in partnership with nine New York research universities to bring humanities scholarship into the public realm, encourage emerging humanities scholars to conceive of their work in relation to the public sphere, develop scholars’ skills for doing public work, and strengthen the public humanities community in New York State. The year-long Fellowship will involve a combination of training in the methods and approaches of the public humanities and work by the Fellow to develop a public project related to their own scholarship in partnership with a community organization.

The skills and experiences afforded by the Fellowship are intended to serve scholars who have a record of working with the public as well as those who are starting to explore the public humanities. It is equally valuable for scholars who plan to pursue careers within the academy and those who plan to pursue other career paths.  Continue reading Deadline Feb 15 | 2019-2020 Graduate Student Public Humanities Fellowship

Deadline Jan 28 | Early Research Initiative/PublicsLab 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. Continue reading Deadline Jan 28 | Early Research Initiative/PublicsLab Fellowships in Interdisciplinary Research in the Service of Public Knowledge