Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Yale University Visiting Graduate Student Summer Fellowships in USA



Visiting Graduate Student Summer Fellowships
Due to renovations, the Beinecke Library will be closed for the 2015-2016 academic year. Visiting graduate student fellowships will not be awarded during that time. Visiting graduate student fellowships are anticipated to resume in 2017. The application deadline for 2017 summer fellowships is scheduled for October 2016. Please continue to check back for updates.
Graduate students (doctoral candidates) currently enrolled in PhD or DPhil programs from across the country and around the world are invited to apply for Beinecke Visiting Graduate Student Summer Fellowships. These fellowships support graduate students who wish to use Beinecke collections as a primary resource for their dissertation research.

Application Deadline: October 18, 2016
For the period of June 1 - August 31, 2017




The Beinecke Library offers a limited number of fellowships for non-Yale graduate students (doctoral candidates) wishing to conduct primary research for their dissertations or doctoral thesis.  These fellowships are extremely competitive.  Only applicants demonstrating a need for in-depth consultation of Beinecke materials will receive serious consideration.

Granted for one, two, or three months, fellowships must be taken up between June 1 and August 31, 2017. The fellowships pay for travel costs to and from New Haven and a living allowance of $3,000 per month.

Recipients are expected to be in residence during the period of their award and are encouraged to participate in the activities of Yale University.  Please note that attendance will be monitored and stipends will be adjusted to reflect shortened research period.  Split fellowship periods will not be granted.  Awarded fellows may not hold concurrent teaching positions or any concurrent fellowships.

At the end of the research period, fellows are also asked to provide a brief statement indicating how this fellowship support was used to accomplish research goals.

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