Students who are looking forward to building an influential career in the fields of arts and humanities and need some financial assistance should not miss this excellent opportunity. The University of Colorado Boulder Center of Humanities & Arts is expecting applications for their worthy A&S Dissertation Fellowships. Applicant should be a PhD candidate in the College of Arts and Science working on a dissertation in the area of arts or humanities to be eligible for the program.
The purpose of the program is to reduce the burden on the students who are struggling to complete their studies and researches. The university understands the responsibilities and burden students have while completing their PhD and for reducing this pressure and give then some relief this program has been designed. The university wants to be a pathway for the students towards an excellent career that have a positive impact on society. Fellows are motivated to do better in their studies through these fellowships.
The University of Colorado Boulder is a public research university in Boulder, Colorado, colloquially referred to as CU or Colorado. University offered over 150 academic programmes offered by the university, and nearly 17,000 students enrolled The Center for Humanities & the Arts at the University of Colorado Boulder promotes arts and humanities which creates connections with the Boulder community and beyond. The college aims to foster community, inspire creativity, research and collaborations along with inclusion, academic excellence and inclusion. The mission of the Center for Humanities & the Arts or CHA is serving all faculty and students at the university to fulfil their mission.
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Explore the table below for more about the fellowship:
|Organization||University of Colorado Boulder|
|Educational Level||PhD students|
|Subjects||Arts and Humanities|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Application Deadline||October 30, 2020|
|Requirement||Application, Transcript, LoR|
Who May Be Eligible?
Check the requirement mentioned below before applying for the program:
- Applicant should be a PhD candidate in the College of Arts and Science working on a dissertation in the area of arts or humanities to be eligible for the program.
- Students working on a dissertation, regardless of the department are eligible to apply.
How to Apply
Eligible candidates should apply for the program through an online system. Please submit all the needed details and materials with concern to be eligible. The college will entertain no late or incomplete applications. Students should maintain the originality of the materials they are submitting. Letter support by the applicant’s advisor or committee member must be emailed to David.Argoni@Colorado.edu.
Applicants should submit an application, CV, letter of an advisor before the deadline.
The selected students will receive 50% GPTI monthly stipend and coverage of tuition, fees and medical insurance. This fellowship encourages students to work hard and come up with some extraordinary results. This fellowship ultimately reduces all the financial worries of the students and motivates them to do better in their careers.
The last deadline to complete the application process is October 30, 2020. Please avoid submitting late applications to be considered.