The Oregon Humanities Center (OHC), in collaboration with the Vice President for Research and Innovation and the Graduate School, is pleased to offer the Dissertation Fellowship.
The goal of this fellowship program, modeled after the OHC Faculty Research Fellowship, is to provide the applicant with one term free from teaching in order to allow full-time work on the dissertation. It therefore provides:
- A one-term Research GE3 appointment in your home department for the fellowship term
- A one-term tuition waiver package, including 9-16 credits, most fees, and GTFF health insurance coverage for the fellowship term (fellow will be responsible for 5% of premium)
- When space is available, an office at the OHC during the term of the fellowship
Research projects must be humanistic, but applicants may be enrolled in any department, college, or school. The term humanities is broadly interpreted to include literature; philosophy; history; the study of languages; religion; ethics; the history, theory, and criticism of the arts; and historical or interpretive aspects of the social and natural sciences and the professions.
Application form under construction; check back soon!