Written by Jaquetta Shade
Published: 29 November -0001
The American Indian Studies Program at Michigan State University
welcomes applications for the 2016-2017 Pre-Doctoral Fellowship in
American Indian Studies.
The fellowship award provides office space, access to Michigan State
University's outstanding library and computing facilities, connections
with American Indian Studies Program faculty, benefits for the year, and
a substantial stipend.
Applicants must be finished with all doctoral work but the dissertation,
actively working in American Indian Studies, and committed to a career
in Native Studies. It is expected that the Fellow will complete the
dissertation during the award year. Applicants may be pursuing the Ph.D.
degree in any discipline or area offered at Michigan State University.
The successful applicant will be required to teach one course and will
affiliate with a department or program in one of the university's
colleges, as well as participate in activities of the American Indian
Studies Program. The Fellow must reside in the East Lansing, Michigan
area for the duration of the fellowship. Final award pending//university
*Award Period:* MSU Fiscal Year, July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017
*Application Deadline:* February 29, 2016
- Complete contact information, including e-mail, phone, and address
- Cover letter detailing background, coursework, training and future
plans in American Indian Studies, including any work with Native groups,
organizations, or communities.
- Curriculum Vita
- 5 to 10 page dissertation proposal
- Undergraduate and graduate transcripts
- 3 letters of support from faculty on doctoral committee; one should be
from your chair, indicating your ability to complete the dissertation by
the end of the award period.
*Applications should be sent to:*
Dr. Dylan Miner
Snyder Hall Room C230j
362 Bogue St
East Lansing, MI 48824
*Questions should be sent to:*
Dr. Dylan Miner