The Johns Hopkins University is organising fellowship program for research students in arts and sciences, Maryland, 2013 2014
Scholarship Program: The Dean’s teaching Fellowship 2013 2014
Type of Award: Fellowship
Nationality: Fellowship is open for U.S. citizens only.
Employer: The Johns Hopkins University is awarding this fellowship program.
Level of study: This fellowship program is open for graduate research.
Subject(s): This fellowship program is in the field of arts and sciences.
Duration: The duration for this fellowship program is one academic year.
Number of awards: The number of awards for this fellowship program is unspecified.
Am I eligible? Applicants must be graduate students in the School of Arts and Sciences in residence for the academic year, which he/she teaches, and must have achieved ABD status before teaching in the program.
How do I apply? Interested students can apply for this Scholarship program by post.
What does it cover? Fellows will teach a one-semester course and receive a salary of $10,500. In addition the Dean’s Teaching Fellowship will pay 20% of the Fellows Arts & Sciences tuition for the semester, in which he/she teaches.
Scholarship Description: Each year the Office of the Dean of Arts and Sciences sponsors the Dean’s Teaching Fellowship Program, designed to foster innovation in the undergraduate curriculum, to give advanced graduate students experience teaching their own undergraduate courses, and to provide funding for graduate research. This is one of the most important opportunities available for graduate students, who regard this as a prestigious fellowship and rare opportunity to assert themselves academically.
Application closing date: The fellowship deadline for this award program is 1 October, 2012.