College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > About > Initiatives > Social Transformation Research Collaborative > For Current Students > STRC Graduate Research Fellowship
The STRC seeks applications for its four, six-month Graduate Research Fellowships. These Research Fellowships are part of the Social Transformation Research Collaborative (STRC), which supports interdisciplinary research in literature and language, history and culture. The STRC is working to demonstrate how the humanities deepen our understanding of ourselves and our society, and empower us to act, ethically and responsibly, to counter racism, dismantle violence, and build a more just and equitable society.
EligibilityMA students in the College of LAS whose primary scholarly or creative field lies within the humanities, and who are pursuing a humanities writing project related to the histories, legacies and/or cultures of people of color in the United States or in diaspora, are eligible to apply.
AwardFellowships will begin June 15, 2023 and continue through December 15, 2023. Fellows will receive two tranches of funding; $4000 evenly distributed in June, July and August to support initial research planning and active research and writing; and, contingent upon demonstrating adequate progress in the summer, $2000 evenly distributed over the Autumn Quarter as they draft and revise their conference papers.
The application timeline is outlined below. Interested students should
review the FAQ and plan to attend the general information session on
January 31, 2023 at 4:30 PM (registration is
here). Please direct questions to the directors of the STRC, Julie Moody-Freeman (email@example.com) and Bill Johnson González (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Applicants for the Graduate Research Fellowship should review the Application Guidelines packet, which provides complete details of all materials that must be submitted through the online application.
Download the Application Guidelines for easy offline review.
Contact us for more information regarding the application cycle or apply below.