The Center for the Humanities is currently seeking applications for their Teaching, Digital Publics & Public Humanities Fellowships 


The Center for the Humanities is currently seeking 3 Teaching Fellows (GC Doctoral students) entering their third year or higher by Fall 2020 to bring public humanities practices into their classrooms, as part of Seminar on Public Engagement. Teaching fellows will receive:

    • Tuition fellowship
    • Stipend for project development
    • Funds for student involvement in public humanities events
    • Support from Faculty Coleaders and Center for the Humanities staff

Teaching Fellows will be liaisons between community college students, seminar participants, community partners, and guest speakers. Working closely with faculty coleaders, they will develop innovative pedagogy and public humanities practices in their curriculum, thereby ensuring that the research being produced through the seminar reaches all publics housed within the CUNY system. They will be provided with space at the Center for the Humanities one day a week to develop and analyze their classroom experiences and be encouraged to collaborate with other public humanities initiatives at the GC.


The Center for the Humanities is currently seeking 3 Digital Publics Fellows (GC Doctoral students) entering their third year or higher by Fall 2020 working in digital humanities will receive:

    • Tuition fellowship
    • Stipend for digital platform development
    • Digital Humanities training, including support to attend the Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria, Canada

Digital Publics Fellows will float between the three research teams, connecting them through interpretative digital interfaces. They will work at the Center for the Humanities one day a week to develop technological platforms and digital media tools around the initiative and be encouraged to collaborate with other public and digital humanities initiatives at the GC.


The Center for the Humanities is currently seeking 1 Provost’s Fellow in the Public Humanities (GC Doctoral student) who will work with the entire cohort as well as departments across the building to make connections and conduct research and analysis about ongoing public humanities practices at the GC. This fellow will receive:

  • Tuition Fellowship
  • A working space at the GC to undertake research

The Provost’s Fellow in the Public Humanities will work closely with the seminar cohort, the Public Humanities Task Force, the Center for the Humanities, and PublicsLab to conduct research and service in the public humanities. The Provost’s Fellow will conduct and analyze research on ongoing public humanities work at CUNY for two years. During the first year, the fellow will focus on creating networks for communication between centers, institutes, and departments championing public humanities work at the GC. During the second year, the fellow expands the scope of the established network to facilitate communication across all 24 CUNY campuses. By synthesizing their research, and unifying and amplifying these networks, this fellow will gain valuable insight into the ways in which public humanities efforts transform centers of higher education and the communities they serve while also ensuring greater cohesion and collaboration across the largest and most diverse public urban university in the country.


These highly competitive fellowships offer a graduate assistantship (totaling $28,000), administered by the Center per year to promote engagement in public humanities-related projects as part of the seminar. Teaching and Digital Publics Fellows will also receive a stipend of $2500 minimum to enact public humanities activities in digital and classroom spaces. More funds may be made available through a budget request during the grant cycle. The graduate assistant appointment will provide in-state tuition remission to students within their first 10 registered semesters of doctoral study at the CUNY Graduate Center. Each fellowship is for one year with an option to renew for a second; it will require a 15 hour per week commitment. The Center for the Humanities will provide logistical support for collaborative activities, projects and programming.

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Mahindra Humanities Center (Harvard) Postdoctoral Fellowships, 2020-21

The Mahindra Humanities Center invites applications for one-year postdoctoral fellowships in connection with the Center’s Andrew W. Mellon Foundation seminar on the topic of migration and the humanities.

Fellows will receive stipends of $65,000, medical insurance, additional research support of $2,500, and (for those not already in residence in Greater Boston) $1,500 in moving expenses. Fellows are expected to be in residence at Harvard for the term of the fellowship.

Eligibility and Deadline Information

Applicants for 2020-21 fellowships must have received a doctorate or terminal degree in or after May 2017. Applicants without a doctorate or terminal degree must demonstrate that they have completed all requirements for a terminal degree (i.e. dissertation defense) by August 1, 2020. International scholars outside the United States are appointed under either the J-1 visa (Research Scholar status) or F-1 OPT (Optional Practical Training), depending on their circumstances. If awarded a fellowship, the term of appointment for international scholars is September 1, 2020-August 31, 2021. The Mahindra Center reserves the right to cancel awards if the recipient is unable to meet these conditions of completion and visa status.

The application deadline for applicants to submit their materials is November 15, 2019. The deadline for receipt of letters of recommendation is December 6, 2019.

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GC MA in Liberal Studies (MALS) Program seeks Advising Fellow

The Advising Fellow Program aims to provide vital academic support to students in the MA in Liberal Studies (MALS) program while they study at the Graduate Center. MALS is looking to appoint one additional advising fellow for the academic year 2019-2020; the provisional start date is October 1, 2019. The Advising Fellows will provide individualized academic support to the master’s students, guiding them in choosing courses, managing their work loads and meeting academic challenges, and enlisting faculty mentors to supervise their theses. The Fellows will be advanced doctoral students who have already successfully navigated their own Graduate Center course requirements and who will be able to share their wisdom and experience with the master’s students. Carefully chosen for their interpersonal skills and judgment, the Fellows will be accessible and open to students while also providing academic guidance.


Each advising fellow will be responsible for advising a specific group of students (whose area of study and research will be related to that of the advising fellow if possible) on their program of study, course selection, thesis/capstone planning, and other academic affairs. Advising fellows will host late afternoon and evening office hours to meet with their MA advisees and will also meet with students by appointment. In addition, Advising Fellows will be take on responsibilities to support the development of the master’s student community by developing programing for master’s students about academics, careers, networking, and writing as requested on a semester by semester basis.


Appointments for Fall 2019 semester positions will start on October 1, 2019, and will end at the close of the semester; work for the spring 2020 semester starts three days before the semester. Annual salaries for will start at $28,128 for 450 hours of non-teaching work over the academic year or $14,206 per semester for 225 hours work; this salary will be pro-rated in light of the October 1st start date. Students in their first ten semesters of doctoral study will be eligible for in-state tuition remission. Positions can provide eligibility for NYSHIP health insurance.


Application Specifics and Requirements


To be eligible, applicants must be Level III by the start date of the appointment. Each advising fellow is expected to have deep institutional knowledge of the Graduate Center, its administrative structures that relate to students, and its academic programs and faculty. Students with interdisciplinary research interests, interdisciplinary coursework (especially those who have completed one of the interdisciplinary PhD certificates), and advising experience are encouraged to apply. Students who have completed master’s degrees before starting their PhD work are also encouraged to apply. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills are essential.


Application Instructions: To apply, please send a statement of interest (no more than 1–2 pages), noting any interdisciplinary courses or work completed and advising experience, a CV, and a letter of reference from a faculty advisor (which can be sent separately) to the Liberal Studies Program Office (liberalstudies@gc.cuny.edu) with “Advising Fellows Application” in the subject line. Inquiries about the program can be sent to Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis (emacaulay_lewis@gc.cuny.edu), the EO of the M.A. Program in Liberal Studies. Applications must be received by 5 pm on August 12, 2019 to be considered.


Interviews for the position will be held on August Wednesday 21, 2019.





September 5 – IIE Fulbright Grants for Graduate Research Abroad

The 2020-21 Institute for International Education (IIE) Fulbright Grant competition is now open.  Application materials and guidelines are available on-line at http://www.us.fulbrightonline.org.

The application must be completed online and the website provides full guidelines, instructions, and country-specific information.  Eligibility requirements include U.S. citizenship and proficiency in the host country language.

The Graduate Center deadline for students to submit IIE Fulbright applications (including transcripts and reference letters) is Thursday, September 5, 2019, 5:00pm.  This date enables the Graduate Center to transmit evaluated applications to IIE by the early October deadline.  No applications will be accepted after September 5th.  Students who have submitted a complete application by September 5th will be asked to attend an interview with a GC Campus Evaluation Committee in late September.

In preparing your application you are encouraged to work with your faculty adviser.  The Graduate Center’s Fulbright Program Adviser, Rachel Sponzo, can be reached by email, rsponzo@gc.cuny.edu, or by phone, 212-817-7282.  Please note that all references and language evaluations must be submitted electronically, and transcripts and letters of affiliation must be scanned and uploaded.

Guidance and information webinars are organized by IIE throughout the spring and summer.  The schedule and additional information can be found on the IIE website under Fulbright Events.

If you are thinking of applying, please contact Rachel Sponzo at rsponzo@gc.cuny.edu or 212-817-7282 for additional information.

ACLU Seeks Research Ethics Intern

The ACLU seeks a Research Ethics Intern for Fall 2019. This intern reports to the ACLU Director of Research. The Director of Research and the Research Ethics Intern are housed in the Communications Department of the ACLU’s National Office in New York City. The Director of Research leads the ACLU’s policy research program through collaboration with legal, advocacy, and communications staff across the organization. In addition to working with the Director of Research on ongoing policy research projects, the Research Ethics Intern would assist in developing standards and procedures for ensuring ethical human subjects protections for ACLU’s research.


  • In consultation with the Director of Research, manage the development of new standards and procedures related to human subjects protections in ACLU’s research efforts, including criteria for review, training opportunities, and resources for compliance, such as informed consent templates and other standard form language.
  • Engage stakeholders across the national organization and state affiliates in the development and dissemination of new human subjects protections standards and procedures.
  • Participate in regular Communications Department meetings and occasional cross-departmental meetings.
  • Help manage database of current policy research literature, including conducting literature reviews.
  • Provide editing and proofreading support of materials for internal and external audiences, such as reports and presentations
  • Other duties to support the development of ACLU’s policy research infrastructure.


  • Current level 2 and 3 doctoral students in the humanistic social sciences
  • Training and experience in empirical research methods, quantitative and/or qualitative
  • Familiarity and/or experience with human subjects protections and Institutional Review Boards
  • Interest in working in applied research at a non-profit, civil rights organization
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, comfort in using technology, such as video conferencing
  • Ability to work collaboratively and respectfully toward resolving obstacles and/or conflicts
  • Commitment to working in an office that values all individuals and respects differences in regards to race, ethnicity, age, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religion, ability and socio-economic circumstance, record of arrest or conviction
  • Commitment to the mission of the ACLU

This internship is administered and funded through the PublicsLab at The Graduate Center, CUNY. The PublicsLab will compensate 150 hours of work with a $5000 stipend.

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Lenox Hill Neighborhood House seeks Process Improvement and Evaluation Intern

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House seeks Process Improvement and Evaluation Intern


Application Deadline: 10 June 2019

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, widely recognized as one of New York’s premier human services providers, is a 125-year-old settlement house that provides an extensive array of effective and integrated services—social, educational, legal, health, housing, mental health, nutritional and fitness—which significantly improve the lives of thousands of people in need each year, ages 3 to 103, on the East Side of Manhattan. Our clients include older adults, homeless and formerly homeless adults, children and families, recent immigrants, persons with disabilities, adult learners and thousands more. Our programs—staffed by social workers, educators, public interest lawyers, advocates and many, many others—include an Early Childhood Center, RealArts After School Program and Summer Camp, Women’s Mental Health Shelter, permanent supportive housing residence, two Senior Centers, arts-based day program for adults living with dementia, Geriatric Care Management program for frail seniors, Food Services, Legal Advocacy Department, Health and Wellness, Fitness & Aquatics, Adult Education and more. For more information on Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, please visit our website at www.lenoxhill.org.

We are seeking a Process Improvement and Evaluation Intern to join Lenox Hill Neighborhood House’s Research and Evaluation team for 150 hours in the 2019 Fall Semester.  Working closely with our Director of Research and Evaluation, Bradley Matthys Moore, PhD, the Process Improvement and Evaluation Intern will help support our organization’s ability to create, analyze, and use data to improve client services, program operations, and organizational efficiency.

The primary focus of this internship will be assisting in the development of a predicative algorithm to better balance caseloads in our Geriatric Care Management program. The Neighborhood House’s Geriatric Care Management Program provides comprehensive care management services to 1,800 frail and homebound older adults living on the East Side of Manhattan from 14th Street to 143rd Street. The Neighborhood House is able to make a profound difference in the lives of these vulnerable individuals, helping them overcome crises and providing the services, support and community they need to remain independent, to feel connected, to achieve better outcomes and to live fuller and healthier lives.

Other responsibilities during the internship may include:

  • Assisting in survey distribution and analysis;
  • Inputting and cleaning data to ensure it accurately reflects program operations;
  • Assisting in the design and development of analysis and project reports for senior staff to ensure they have all the information they require to make effective decisions;
  • Collaborating with organizational programmatic staff at all levels; and
  • Participating in special projects to assess program and organization-wide impact.

The Process Improvement and Evaluation Intern must possess a substantial interest in learning applied evaluation and statistical techniques; strong attention to detail; the ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines; exceptional interpersonal skills; and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team to complete complex projects in a fast-paced environment. The ideal candidate is a self-starter, proactively identifies and resolves issues, and is comfortable working with staff at all levels to support data-driven decision making.  The algorithm development project is quantitatively focused, and the candidate should expect most of their time to be dedicated to the manipulation and analysis of large datasets.


The ideal candidate will have a clear interest in leveraging their research and analysis skills in a non-academic career as well as a passion for data-driven non-profit management.  Must be highly proficient in Excel – experience using SQL, R, SAS, and/or STATA is desirable. Familiarity with basic descriptive and inferential statistics is preferred, but not required.  Ability to quickly learn new quantitative analysis techniques, new technologies, and new database systems is a must.

This internship is administered and funded through the PublicsLab at The Graduate Center, CUNY. Level II and Level III doctoral students in any humanities or social science discipline are invited to apply. The PublicsLab will compensate 150 hours of work with a $5000 stipend.

To Apply

The application for this position is #3734 on GC Connect. For more information about GC Connect, please click here. Applications will be accepted until 10 June 2019.

Apply to be a Videography Fellow by 4/30/19

Apply to be a Videography Fellow by 4/30/19

GC Digital Initiatives is now accepting applications new fellows to join its Videography Fellows program during the 2019-2020 academic year. Ph.D. students with digital video editing and camera skills are invited to apply. The Videography Fellows Program promotes the scholarly activities of GC programs, centers, and initiatives by creating short promotional videos and shorter clips in conjunction with programs’ ongoing activities. Other projects sometimes include filming events such as lectures, colloquia, and conferences, and making them publicly accessible. Recently, the GC Videography Fellows have been working with students to produce 1-minute videos about their dissertation and research projects. We’re looking for self-starters with some previous experience in camera work or video editing who are enthusiastic about the program’s mission to produce short video features about student and faculty research for audiences that include prospective students and faculty, colleagues and peers outside of the GC, as well as the public at-large.


A sample of the GC Videography Fellows’ work can be found on their Vimeo channel. Persons of color and women are encouraged to apply.



Highly qualified applicants will have a minimum of two years of experience with Final Cut Pro (Preferably 10) or Adobe Premiere and/or have two years of camera experience, including best practices for lighting and sound. Candidates should possess a strong sense of visual storytelling, excellent interpersonal communication skills, and demonstrated experience collaborating with a team. Fellows must available and able to film events and interviews independently.



  • Collaborating with the GC Digital Initiatives, EOs, and other GC offices to develop videos that promote GC students, faculty, and programs
  • Filming program events and interviews
  • Editing video and sound for entire events, shorter excerpts, and promotional videos
  • Compressing and uploading completed videos to social media platform
  • Eligibility
  • Full-time Graduate Center doctoral students of any level (1, 2, or 3) are eligible.  They may not hold another CUNY graduate assistantship at the same time they hold this fellowship.



This fellowship will provide a total of $34,175 per year.  This funding will include a Graduate Assistant B appointment and a stipend, along within in-state tuition remission if the fellow is within the first 10 registered semesters of study and eligibility to purchase NYSHIP health insurance. Fellows will be required to work a total of 450 non-teaching hours during the academic year (an average of 15 hours per week). They may teach one course per semester at a CUNY college.


Application Instructions

Students should apply directly by submitting a single PDF file that includes their CV, a 1-page statement of interest, a list of video projects with links that the applicant has  undertaken and/or completed with an explanation of the applicant’s role in the production process, and contact information for 2 references.


Application materials should be sent to Lisa Rhody, Deputy Director of Digital Initiatives and Director of Digital Fellowship Programs at gcdi@gc.cuny.edu no later than Tuesday, April 30th.


Paid Holocaust Educator Internships for Undergrads & Grad Students

Paid Holocaust Educator Internships for Undergrads & Grad Students

The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, located in Lower Manhattan, is now accepting applications for the Holocaust Educator Internship for fall 2019. We would be very grateful if you could circulate information to undergraduate and graduate students looking for paid internship opportunities.

For details and a link to the application form, please click here [t.e2ma.net].

The application deadline is April 30, 2019.

The following information may help you to identify students who would be most interested in this unique experience.

Who are Holocaust Educator Interns?

  • Students who are studying in the New York metropolitan area, are currently enrolled as undergraduate or graduate students in accredited degree programs, and will continue to be enrolled in fall 2019.
  • Students who have a desire to learn and teach about the Holocaust.
  • Students who have a desire to work with teenagers in a classroom and museum setting and gain hands-on teaching experience.
  • Students who are flexible, willing to travel locally, and are able to work well both independently and in a highly collaborative environment.

Students from any background or area of study are encouraged to apply. No previous teaching or Holocaust study is required, although both of these are desirable.

What makes this internship unique?

  • This is a paid internship and local travel expenses are reimbursed. Interns may choose to work for school credit rather than pay.
  • The internship takes place during the school year, with training during the second half of August.
  • The deadline to apply for the fall 2019 semester is April 30, 2019.

Students will work in both the Museum and metropolitan-area public schools.

Thank you again for sharing this information with potential candidates. If you have questions about the Holocaust Educator Internship, please do not hesitate to contact me at mkassow@mjhnyc.org or 646.437.4273.

May 10 – IRADAC Fellows Program

May 10 – IRADAC Fellows Program

The IRADAC Fellowship provides institutional and intellectual support for Ph.D. candidates at the writing stage. Organized around an interdisciplinary seminar, the IRADAC Dissertation Fellowship offers sustained support among scholars writing on any area of the African Diaspora. During the academic year, fellows will have the opportunity to take advantage of mentoring, professional development, and editorial feedback on their writing while participating in a weekly seminar designed to keep the participants on a regular writing schedule.

Stipend & Conditions:
Fellows will receive a $5,000 stipend. All participants are expected to attend the weekly seminar in person.

The IRADAC Dissertation Fellowship is open to all students working on the African Diaspora broadly defined. Applicants must be within the last year of completing their dissertation.

Application Procedure
Faculty reference letter (from the Program EO or dissertation advisor) describing the research and the student’s progress should be submitted at www.gc.cuny.edu/iradacapp.

Applicants must submit a one-page abstract of their dissertation project along with a timeline for completion. Applicants should also submit an approved dissertation proposal including a detailed chapter outline. A writing sample (e.g., chapter from the dissertation) and a CV are also required. Applicants should submit their materials to the following link: www.gc.cuny.edu/iradacapp.

All materials are due 4pm, Friday, May 10, 2019.

Fellowship at the Office of Career Planning and Professional Development

Fellowship at the Office of Career Planning and Professional Development

The CUNY Graduate Center’s Office of Career Planning and Professional Development (CP&PD) invites applications for CP&PD Fellowships for the 2019-20 academic year. CP&PD supports the Graduate Center’s students in reaching their career goals. Our office sponsors a wide range of career services, including:

  • Career advisers, who meet one-on-one to answer questions, discuss self-assessment and career planning, review application materials, assist with interview preparation, and more;
  • Writing services, including graduate student consultants who provide one-on-one peer feedback for writing questions and documents;
  • Events and workshops, where you can hear from and network with professionals and alumni across a multitude of fields and get hands-on tips and feedback regarding your career materials and questions; and
  • Digital resources, including past webinarsinformative blog posts and articlesalumni interview podcasts, and more.


Our office is continually striving to expand its student outreach by promoting in-office services and scheduled events. Each graduate fellow is responsible for planning and organizing an event from conception to follow-up surveys. Fellows are encouraged to work on projects that interest them and suit their skillsets.


CP&PD fellows report to the director of the Office of Career Planning and Professional Development and will be expected to work both independently and in collaboration with other fellows and staff career advisors. Former WAC and Quantitative Reasoning Fellows are encouraged to apply.


Activities done by our fellows:

  • Event planning, organizing, and promotion
  • Communications, social media, and marketing
  • Curating content for our website
  • Alumni and workplace research and networking
  • Data tracking through survey records and summaries


Continuing projects in the office:

  • Alumni Aloud podcast
  • Career advice blog posts
  • Graduate writing consultations


Fellows are expected to maintain a regular work schedule throughout the semester and attend a weekly office meeting. The fellowship is funded at $28,128 and will include eligibility for NYSHIP.


Applications will be submitted through GC Connect, the Office of Career Planning and Professional Developments new job and internship database (search under job postings for CP&PD Fellowship Job ID 3658). The applications are due on Monday, April 22, 2019. If you plan to apply but have not used GC Connect, detailed instructions can be found here: https://careerplan.commons.gc.cuny.edu/services  Please submit your CV/resume and a thoughtful cover letter about why you are interested in working in the office.


Transatlantic Summer Workshop – applications due April 12

Transatlantic Summer Workshop – applications due April 12


The Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY), Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Ruhr University Bochum, and the University of Duisburg-Essen invite all social sciences & humanities PhD students to apply to participate in a two-summer, transatlantic workshop on

Politics, Identities, and Relationships
in the Transatlantic World

Summer 2019
[July 8-12]
CUNY Graduate Center

Summer 2020
[dates TBD]
Ruhr University Bochum, Germany

Relevant topics include political identities, alliances, migration, borders, security, conflict, and related issues. The workshops have four goals. First, they provide opportunities for transatlantic peer discussions and intellectual exchange through presentations of student research. Second, the workshops offer practical academic know-how via a series of expert talks on US and German scholarly cultures, fundraising landscapes, and publishing trends. A third goal is to provide opportunities for transatlantic networking among peers and faculty. Finally, the workshop facilitates long-term cooperation between the CUNY Graduate Center (GC CUNY), Rutgers, Ruhr University Bochum (RUB), and the University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE).
This year, the workshop meets in New York. With generous funding from the GC, the Max Kade Foundation and others, the workshop organizers will cover transatlantic airfare & accommodations for GC doctoral students to Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, for the Summer 2020 workshop.

The workshop will be directed by Professors John Torpey and Ben Hett (GC CUNY) and, from the German side, Professors Constantin Goschler, Michael Wala (RUB), and Anja Weiß (UDE). To apply: If your research broadly relates to the workshop theme, please send a one-paragraph description of your interest in the program, a one-paragraph bio, and a two-page research brief to Emily Campbell (ecampbell2@gradcenter.cuny.edu) by Friday, April 12, 2019. Don’t hesitate to email with questions.

Call for Applications:  CUNY BA Fellows Program 2019-2020

Call for Applications: CUNY BA Fellows Program 2019-2020

The application deadline is Friday, April 19, 2019.


The CUNY BA Fellows Program:

The CUNY BA Fellows Program provides support to students enrolled in the CUNY BA. The Fellows Program assists students in the process of developing areas of concentration, enlisting faculty mentors, managing course work, and navigating academic and administrative challenges. Fellows create and circulate information about the resources available to students to support academic success, expand awareness, and foster community development amongst CUNY BA students. They also contribute to and support programming for strengthening academic and professional skills and enhancing the overall student experience. Fellows will also assist in the gathering and evaluation of qualitative and quantitative program data. This information will aid in the creation of new success initiatives for CUNY BA students and for the program to interact more effectively among its students, campus coordinators, and faculty mentors.

To be eligible, applicants must be Level III by the start date of the appointment. Students holding one of the Graduate Center’s five-year fellowships are welcome to apply. Students with interdisciplinary research interests or interdisciplinary coursework and advising experience are especially encouraged to apply. This graduate fellowship requires fellows to work for a total of 450 non-teaching hours during the academic year. Compensation for the award will be $27,128 per year ($13,564 per semester) with eligibility to purchase the low-cost NYSHIP health insurance as well as in-state tuition remission for fellows who are within their first 10 registered semesters of study.



The CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies (CUNY BA) is an individualized degree intended for highly motivated, academically strong students who have well-formulated academic and career goals and the vision and drive to design, with faculty mentors, their own areas of concentration. This degree is for students who wish to pursue areas of concentration not available as majors at any of the four-year CUNY colleges. The program is housed, operated, and accredited under the auspices of the CUNY Graduate School and University Center, which authorizes the degree on behalf of the University. The CUNY BA attracts many of the best students from within and from outside of the University. Sixty-five percent of CUNY BA students are over the age of 24, many are working adults (often raising families), and a significant number are returning to school, often after a hiatus from five to even 30 years. The program has an annual enrollment of approximately 350 students with over 8,000 alumni. At any given time, over 400 full-time CUNY faculty are serving as mentors. Students must matriculate at a CUNY college (their “home college”), but are able to take courses throughout the CUNY system (including The Graduate Center), and are encouraged to pursue independent research, fieldwork, study abroad, and other academic opportunities.


Application Specifics and Requirements:

The CUNY BA seeks fellows from across disciplines and CUNY campuses. Applicants should:

  • Demonstrate familiarity with the CUNY BA
  • Be Level III doctoral students who have successfully taught undergraduates at CUNY
  • Understand the value of interdisciplinary studies and academic freedom
  • Demonstrate an investment in pedagogy and mentorship
  • Display exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Have administrative experience and institutional knowledge
  • Possess a range of skills useful to the development of programming, outreach, communications, information gathering and presentation

Application Instructions:

To apply, please send a cover letter (no more than 1-2 pages) describing your advising and mentoring experience, teaching history, personal investment in interdisciplinary education, and engagement with programming and academic administration. Include a CV (no more than 4 pages), and a letter of reference from a faculty advisor (which can be sent separately) to Chloe Edmonson, Fellows Coordinator (chloe.edmonson36@cunyba.cuny.edu) with “CUNY BA Fellows Application” in the subject line. Inquires about the program can also be addressed to her.


Application Deadline:

The application deadline is Friday, April 19, 2019. Interviews will take place immediately after spring break, starting the week of April 29. Applicants will be notified of decisions by Friday, May 17, 2019.


Fellowship Opportunity: Apply to be a GC Digital Fellow by 3/22/19

Fellowship Opportunity: Apply to be a GC Digital Fellow by 3/22/19

Apply to become a GC Digital Fellow by March 22, 2019

Are you looking for a fellowship that will challenge you to enhance your existing technical skills? Do you enjoy working collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team? Do you like working with students, faculty, and staff to help them learn new digital tools and methods? Have you been experimenting with the use of technology in your own research?


GC Digital Initiatives is searching for new doctoral students to join our dynamic group of GC Digital Fellows. Together, GC Digital Fellows lead week-long digital research institutes, teach workshops on technical skills, create resources for GC students and faculty, and build digital projects that make use of the affordances of emerging technology while considering the ethical, social, and political stakes.


Based in the GC Digital Scholarship Lab, the GC Digital Fellows Program operates as an in-house think-and-do tank for digital projects, connecting Fellows to digital initiatives throughout The Graduate Center. GC Digital Fellows utilize a team-based approach as they explore creative solutions for projects and implement them collaboratively. In the process, the GC Digital Fellows Program helps build out “The Digital GC” — a vision of the Graduate Center that incorporates technology into its core research and teaching missions. GC Digital fellows are particularly invested in the way in which questions of race, gender, and social justice intersect with technology.


Our work includes:

●      Supporting innovative courses that introduce emerging digital methods;

●      Encouraging the exploration of digital scholarship, methods, and tools through office hours, our Python Users Group Meetings, and digital research institutes.

Doctoral students at any level are eligible to apply, and we encourage applications from women and people of color. We hope to add strength to our program in graphic and web design, Python, machine learning, text analysis, R, and qualitative analysis; however, we encourage those with skills and interests in addition to these to apply, as well.

To get a better sense of our work, you can read the GC Digital Fellows’ blog, Tagging the Tower, and our semesterly blog post “What is GCDI?


Total compensation for the award is $28,128. Funding will include a graduate assistant appointment, which carries eligibility to purchase the low-cost NYSHIP health insurance, a stipend, and in-state tuition remission for fellows who are within their first 10 registered semesters of study. Digital Fellows will be required to work a total of 450 non-teaching hours during the academic year (two 15-week semesters).

The initial DF appointment is for one year (exact dates vary and will be specified upon appointment). Determinations of DF re-appointments will be made on annual basis up to three years, depending on individual eligibility and GC needs.

Application Instructions

To apply, please send a statement of interest (no more than 1-2 pages), a CV, a list of digital projects undertaken and/or completed, and a letter of reference from a faculty advisor (can be sent separately) to gcdi@gc.cuny.edu with “Digital Fellows Application” in the subject line. Applications must be received by March 22, 2019 to be considered.


Please contact Lisa Rhody, Deputy Director, Digital Initiatives ( lrhody@gc.cuny.edu ) with any questions you might have.

Freie Universität Berlin post-doc

Freie Universität Berlin post-doc

Please find attached a job offer for Postdoctoral Research Fellow for our Research Unit Borders:

1. Application materials should encompass 1. CV,

2. Motivational Statement (1 page)

3. Research Statement (no longer than 5 pp, 1.5. spaced), outlining the scholarly topic to be pursued along with an explanation how the same relates to the Research Unit “Borders” of the Excellence Cluster SCRIPTS, a timetable

4. Transcript/Graduation certification.


Berlin PostDoc
March 22 – Medgar and Myrlie Evers Research Scholars Program

March 22 – Medgar and Myrlie Evers Research Scholars Program

The Medgar and Myrlie Evers Institute and the Mississippi Department of Archives and History (MDAH), with support from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, are delighted to announce the 2019 Medgar and Myrlie Evers Research Scholars Program, designed to encourage and support research using the wealth of primary resources documenting the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi and the nation at the archives in Jackson.

 This comprehensive scholarship of $4,000.00 will be awarded to an upper-level graduate student or early-career faculty member for research conducted at the Archives in summer 2019. The stipend may be used to cover travel, housing, and other expenses incurred while in Jackson.

 Please visit http://www.mdah.ms.gov/new/news/nominations-open-for-2019-evers-scholarship/ [mdah.ms.gov]  for an application and additional information. The deadline to receive applications is Friday, March 22, 2019, 5:00 p.m. CST.

 Thank you very much for your interest and assistance. Please excuse any cross-posting. If you have any questions, please contact Laura Anne Heller (lheller@mdah.ms.gov).