The Institute is unique among Harvard schools: Although we do not award degrees, we offer unparalleled opportunities for undergraduates and graduate students. Harvard Radcliffe Institute provides learning and research experiences that are difficult to find in a traditional classroom setting. Radcliffe students work directly with our fellows and faculty, providing unique opportunities for mentorship, and they work across departmental boundaries, connecting with peers across the University. Harvard Radcliffe Institute enriches the Harvard student experience by fostering interdisciplinary, engaged scholarship focused on the most pressing issues of our time.
Radcliffe Institute Dissertation Completion Fellowships - Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
- Fully Funded
- 11 February 2022
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- A stipend with the possibility of an additional $750 for travel related to conferences and job interviews. (The stipend for 2021–2022 was $32,000; the stipend for 2022–2023 has not yet been determined.)
- Tuition and health fees.
- Private work space at Harvard Radcliffe Institute's Byerly Hall.
Applicants for Harvard Radcliffe Institute Dissertation Completion Fellowships must include a brief statement describing how an affiliation with the Radcliffe Institute Fellowship Program would benefit them; a two-page resume; a dissertation abstract and a table of contents; two letters of recommendation, one of which must be written by the dissertation advisor; and two faculty evaluation forms.
While a candidate's scholarly qualifications, the merits of the dissertation topic, and faculty references are important in the selection process, consideration is also given to graduate fellows with research interests matching those of one or more of the year's Radcliffe Institute fellows. This increases opportunities for intellectual interaction and mentorship within the community.