Due Date: August 6, 2019
Applications for the Princeton Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts Fellowship Program 2020-2023 are now open. The Princeton Society of Fellows, an interdisciplinary group of scholars in the liberal arts, social sciences, and chosen lives sciences, requires fellowship applications each year.
3 to 5 postdoctoral fellows are selected each year for three-year terms in home to pursue research study and teach half-time in their scholastic host department, the Program in Humanistic Researches, or other university programs. The fellowships bring with them a consultation as speaker in a fellow’s scholastic host department. Fellows are anticipated to live in or near Princeton throughout the scholastic year in order to participate in weekly workshops and get involved totally in the intellectual life of the Society.
- Fellows are offered with a competitive income, advantages, a $5,000 research study account, access to university grants, a shared workplace, a computer and other resources. The income for 2020-2021 will be roughly $91,000
- Applicants holding the Ph.D. at the time of application should have gotten the degree after January 1, 2018
- Applicants not yet holding the Ph.D. needs to have finished a significant part of the argumentation– roughly half– at the time of application. Effective prospects should meet all requirements for the Ph.D., consisting of filing of the argumentation, by June 15, 2020;-LRB- **************).
- Candidates for/recipients of postgraduate degrees in Education, Jurisprudence and from Princeton University are not qualified;-LRB- **************).
- Applicants might use just when to the Princeton Society of Fellows.
Choice is based upon extraordinary academic accomplishment and proof of uncommon guarantee, variety and quality of mentor experience, and possible contributions to an interdisciplinary neighborhood. The Society of Fellows looks for a varied and global swimming pool of candidates, and specifically invites those from underrepresented backgrounds.
To learn more, check out Princeton Society of Fellows