The Watson Institute offers a range of postdoctoral opportunities for outstanding young scholars in the social sciences. The aims of the program are to support participants in their own research, enhance their interdisciplinary literacy and contribute to meaningful collaborative exchange.
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The Dibner HIstory of Science program offers long- and short-term fellowships which are designed to further study in the Burndy Library and the other history of science and technology resources at The Huntington. Eligibility: PhD or equivalent by specified date. See website for details. Tenure of fellowship: Nine to twelve months
In the APSA Congressional Fellows Program, for nine months, select political scientists, journalists, doctors, federal executives, international scholars, and health policy experts can gain “hands on” understanding of the legislative process by serving on congressional staffs. With this unique program the Association aims to contribute to the public understanding of policy-making and improve the quality […]
Each fellow will be located for two years in a department or interdisciplinary program, and will be linked with a Dartmouth faculty member or mentor. Fellows are expected to teach two courses in their home department in each year of residency.
The Ransom Center will award more than 50 fellowships for projects that require substantial on-site use of its collections. The fellowships support research in all areas of the humanities, including literature, photography, film, art, the performing arts, music, and cultural history.
These postdoctoral fellowships are designed to encourage interdisciplinary scholarship and teaching across the humanities and social sciences. Each fellow receives a two-year appointment which includes ongoing mentorship from a senior faculty member.
Electronic Materials & Processing Division welcomes applications for the EMPD Postdoctoral cash award for postdoctoral fellows who will be presenting EMPD papers at this year’s International Symposium.
To enable young Canadian and foreign academics who have completed a doctoral thesis on a topic primarily related to Canada to visit a Canadian or foreign university with a Canadian Studies program for a teaching or research fellowship.
The Fellows Program is the premier program in the world for those dedicated to a better understanding of critical scientific and social issues related to meeting global sustainable development goals. Postdoctoral Fellows are appointed for two years and receive a salary and research stipend.
The Society for French Historical Studies and the Western Society for French History offer an annual award of $2,000 for research conducted outside North America on any aspect of the history of France. This award is granted to an outstanding American or Canadian scholar who has received the doctorate in history in the five-year period […]