Fellowships in the Social Sciences: A Faculty Panel
for faculty and advanced graduate students
In this workshop, panelists will share their advice, tips, suggestions, and experiences on how to apply for fellowships in the social sciences and the benefits of participating in such fellowships. Panelists will speak for about 30 minutes, followed by Q&A. This event is geared toward faculty at all ranks, as well as advanced graduate students.
Topics to be covered include:
Types of fellowships- policy, research, experience, etc.
Career stage considerations
Pros and cons of different fellowships-- full time, part time, etc.
Relationship of fellowship to scholarly productivity/advancement/promotion & tenure
What to expect during a fellowship
What to discuss with your department chair
Nancy Kusmaul, Associate Professor of Social Work, 2019-2020 Health and Aging Policy Fellow and American Political Science Association Congressional Fellow. Placed with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and Senator Ron Wyden.
Rachel Brubaker, Assistant Director, Grants & Program Development, Dresher Center for the Humanities
This event will be recorded. Following the event, the recording will be available on CS3's YouTube channel.