2010/2011 Warren Center
Now in its fifth year, the Warren Center’s annual Graduate Student Fellows Program currently sponsors eight outstanding Vanderbilt graduate students in the humanities and qualitative social sciences in a yearlong fellowship program. These awards are designed to support innovation and excellence in graduate student research and allow the students a service-free year of support to enable full-time work on the dissertation. It is expected that students who receive this award will complete the dissertation during the fellowship term. Additionally, one graduate student from Queen’s University in Belfast is selected to participate in the Graduate Student Fellows Program.
As part of their affiliation with the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities, Fellows are integrated into the center’s interdisciplinary scholarly community through participation in a weekly seminar, occasional seminars with visiting speakers, and special events. The capstone of the fellowship is the delivery of a public lecture during the spring term. The Graduate Student Fellows Lecture Series is an intellectually invigorating time at the Warren Center and we encourage you to plan to attend one or more of these talks by these outstanding young scholars.
For more information, contact the Center's executive director, Mona C. Frederick.
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