Are you a UC Berkeley Graduate student, UCB Undergraduate Student, UCB Faculty, and Community Applicants/local poet? Are you interested in poetry and senses? Then should know about the excellent Poetry and the Senses Fellowship at the University of California. If you are creative and passionate about poetry and need a platform to flaunt your skills, this is a golden opportunity for you. The fellowship will add a lot of value to students’ CVs and be a pathway toward success.
The program’s purpose is to bring all the talented, skillful, and passionate people under one roof, whether it be a faculty or undergraduate student at the University of California or a fellow who is a local poet in the community. The fellowship provides robust financial support to the deserving candidates and support them to do better for their passions. The university has brought this unique program to create a platform for all the poetry and senses lovers.
Arts Research Center at the University of California Berkeley is deeply driven towards creating talented and skillful artists for the world. The center brings passionate and dedicated students from the university or beyond the university to create something worthwhile. The center is responsible for creating and advancing the collaborations, conversations, and community building for the people who are art enthusiasts.
Check the table below for more information about the fellowship:
|Organization||University of California|
|Educational Level||Graduate students|
|Subjects||Poetry and senses|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Application Deadline||November 15, 2020|
|Requirement||Application, Essay, Work sample|
Who May Be Eligible?
Please check the requirements you need to follow to be eligible for this fellowship:
- UC Berkeley Graduate students, UCB Undergraduate Students, UCB Faculty, and Community Applicants/local poets are eligible for the program.
How to Apply
The application process is extremely straightforward; only the eligible candidates should apply for the program. Fellows should complete the online application form with all the needed information. The university will entertain no late applications. Candidates should submit all the supporting materials without any negligence. Candidates should maintain the originality of materials provided.
- A CV/resume, and up to 4 samples of creative writing/poetry (6 pages max) or one scholarly writing sample (no more than 12 pages). Links of some best work you have done(optional).
Eight candidates will be chosen two from each category. Candidates will receive a $3,000 stipend for the semester to reduce the financial burden on them. Apart from this, fellows will enjoy immense benefits like writing a blog post to be published on the ARC Blog, participate in one reading (individual, or with the larger group, online), and meeting with poetry and the senses visiting writers.
Please submit your applications with all the required materials before November 15, 2020. The university will reject late or incomplete applications.