The National Center for Institutional Diversity is delighted to announce the Postdoctoral Fellowship to study in the USA for 2018/2019 academic calendar. The $55,000 NCID Postdoctoral Fellowship At University Of Michigan is a one-year (12 month) fellowship that is aimed at promoting and supporting the work of outstanding early career diversity scholars, and with a vision to empower people and institutions to leverage knowledge and skills around the benefits, challenges, and opportunities of diversity in order to create a truly equitable and inclusive society. See details below for more information.
Fellowships are available to pursue Postdoctoral programme.
Field Of study:
Successful fellows will study the courses offered by the university.
The fellowship covers the following:
- $55,000 per year.
- Fellows will receive additional support for conference travel and other research-related expenses.
- There is the potential to renew the fellowship for a second year, dependent on the development of potential collaborative projects with NCID.
Note that this fellowship could be combined with other fellowships to extend the length of the postdoctoral period at the University of Michigan.
Host Country Of Scholarship:
Country Eligible For The Scholarship:
USA citizens are welcome to apply.
Eligibility For The $55,000 NCID Postdoctoral Fellowship At University Of Michigan:
To be eligible, the following criteria must be met:
- Applications are welcome from scholars engaging in diversity scholarship, in any field or department represented in the University of Michigan’s schools and colleges. Applicants’ doctoral degrees should be completed between January 1, 2016 and July 1, 2019.
- Applicants must have a good command of Engish language.
How To Apply For The Scholarship:
Application must include the following:
- A certified cv
- Statement of proposed scholarship and writing to be conducted during the fellowship year (2-3 pages in pdf format; references, citations, formulas, and graphics do not count toward the page limit)
- Statement of contribution explaining how the applicant’s scholarship and demonstrated diversity commitments will contribute to both NCID and a related U-M academic or research unit (1-3 pages in pdf format)
- Dissertation abstract
- Writing sample (should be no more than 35 pages in pdf format e.g., sample publication or research paper in progress, journal article, dissertation chapter; references, citations, formulas, and graphics do not count toward the page limit); and
- At least two letters of recommendation (maximum of three).
Application Closing Date:
December 3, 2018