Faculty Research Fellowship
Ernest G. Moll Faculty Research Professorship in Literary Studies
Provost's Senior Humanist Fellowship
Graduate Dissertation Fellowship
Graduate Research Support Fellowship
Off-campus lecture venues
Oregon Humanities Center Teaching Fellowships
OHC teaching fellowships provide faculty members with a summer stipend to develop a new undergraduate humanities course or substantially redesign an existing one. Faculty may apply individually or in collaboration with another faculty member. The course will be listed in the instructor’s home department(s). Proposed courses may be of any size, and they may be introductory or advanced. While courses developed under the OHC Teaching Fellowship program must be primarily intended for undergraduate students, they may also be open to graduate students. It is hoped that courses developed through the OHC Teaching Fellowship program will be repeated.
Oregon Humanities Center Teaching Fellowships provide faculty members with $3,000 (plus OPE) in summer wages paid directly to the faculty member during the summer prior to the academic year in which the course will be offered. Summer wages are normally paid in one lump sum in July. In the case of collaborative applications, each faculty member will receive $3,000 plus OPE in summer pay.
Teaching Fellowships can provide additional funding of up to $1,000 per course for course enrichment (see application and guidelines for details).
Wulf and Coleman-Guitteau Options
In lieu of regular course enrichment funds, faculty may in some cases be eligible to apply for up to $4,000 in support through the Center’s Wulf Professorship or the Coleman-Guitteau Professorship.
The Wulf and Coleman-Guitteau professorships are awarded on a competitive basis to successful OHC Teaching Fellowship applicants who can demonstrate that their course meets the criteria of the professorship for which they are applying. A faculty member who wishes to be considered for a Wulf or Coleman-Guitteau Professorship must attach to the Teaching Fellowship application the corresponding professorship application form.
2013-14 guidelines and application (pdf)
Mark Carey, Clark Honors College
Matthew Dennis, History and Environmental Studies (Provost’s Senior Humanist Fellowship)
Gantt Gurley, German and Scandinavian
Katharina Loew, German and Scandinavian
Jeffrey Ostler, History (Provost’s Senior Humanist Fellowship)
Michael Stern, German and Scandinavian (Ernest G. Moll Research Fellowship in Literary Studies)
Courtney Thorsson, English (Ernest G. Moll Research Fellowship in Literary Studies)
David Vazquez, English:
Pedro García-Caro, Romance Languages (Robert F. and Evelyn Nelson Wulf Professorship in the Humanities)
Ben Saunders, English (Sherl K. Coleman and Margaret E. Guitteau Teaching Professorship in the Humanities)
Daniel Wojcik, English
Meagan Evans, English
Linda Konnerth, Linguistics
Carrie Adkins, History
Feather Crawford, History
Lucy Schultz, Philosophy
Shu Yang, East Asian Languages and Literatures