2004 Warren Center Summer Graduate Student Fellows Program
The Warren Center will offer graduate students in the College of Arts
and Science the opportunity to participate in a summer Graduate Student
Fellows Program. Warren Center Graduate Student Fellows will receive
a $4,500 stipend and will meet weekly or twice-weekly for two hours,
from mid-May through early June at the Warren Center to give presentations
based on their research. Each Fellow will be expected to give one seminar
presentation and will be required to attend all seminar meetings. Occasional
social events will be a part of the program as well. After the four-week
series of seminar meetings, the remaining portion of the summer fellowship
will be service-free. The Warren Center grants are intended for graduate
students in the humanities or qualitative social sciences who are at
the advanced stages of writing their dissertations. Detailed application
and fellowship information will be distributed during the fall semester.
For more information, contact the Center's executive director, Mona C. Frederick.
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