Harvard Radcliffe Institute 2023 Fellowships for Professionals
The Harvard Radcliffe Institute Fellowships are open to individuals who possess the necessary qualifications and are seeking exceptional scientists, writers, scholars, public intellectuals, practitioners, and artists. The purpose of these fellowships is to recognize individuals whose work is having a significant impact in their respective fields and beyond. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit their applications.
We welcome applications from diverse fields and perspectives, particularly those that propose innovative approaches to addressing urgent social and policy issues and aim to engage audiences beyond the academic sphere. Radcliffe fellows have a reputation for pioneering new tools and methodologies, challenging traditional artistic and scholarly norms, and shedding light on both historical and contemporary subjects.
The Radcliffe Fellowship Program grants a total of 50 fellowships annually. Individuals or groups of two to three individuals collaborating on the same project are eligible to apply. The program actively encourages diversity across various dimensions, such as academic discipline, career stage, racial and ethnic background, country of origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ideological outlook. While fellows may come from diverse backgrounds, they share a common commitment to showcasing outstanding abilities, fostering a collaborative environment, and demonstrating creativity in their work.
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Company/Organisation(s): Harvard Radcliffe Institute, USA
Program Type: Postgraduate Fellowship
Program Location: Harvard Radcliffe Institute, USA
Program Duration: 8 months
Available Slot: Several
Basic Qualifications: Doctorate degree
Nationality: All Nationalities
Requirement and Eligibility Criteria for the Harvard Radcliffe Institute Fellowships:
- Applicants must be scholars, artists and practitioners proposing innovative work that confronts pressing social and policy issues and seeking to engage audiences beyond academia.
- Must have received their doctorate (or appropriate terminal degree) in the area of their proposed project at least two years prior to their appointment as a fellow.
- Applicants must demonstrate a strong body of independent research and writing.
- Humanities and social sciences applicants must have published a monograph or at least two articles in refereed journals.
- Science, engineering and mathematics applicants must have published at least five articles in refereed journals.
Benefits for the Harvard Radcliffe Institute Fellowships:
- Stipend of $78,000 plus additional $5,000 to cover project expenses.
- Relocation, housing and childcare funds.
- Health care support.
Application Procedures for the Harvard Radcliffe Institute Fellowships (How to Apply):
To apply for the Harvard Radcliffe Institute Fellowships for the 2023/24 term, prospective candidates are required to submit their applications through the designated online application portal. The application package includes an application form, a comprehensive curriculum vitae, a project proposal (including a bibliography if applicable), a writing or work sample, and the contact details of three references. The references will receive email notifications with instructions on how to upload their letters of recommendation in support of the applicant’s candidacy.
Application Deadline: Varies according to discipline
For Humanities, social sciences and creative arts: September 14, 2023 (11:59 PM EST)
For science, engineering and mathematics: October 5, 2023 (11:59 PM EST)
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