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Info Session: Applying for New York Public Humanities Graduate Fellowships for 2019-20

Time: Dec. 7, 2018, 10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.

Location: 304 Tolley Humanities Building

Sponsored in part by the CNY Humanities Corridor

Sponsored by the CNY Humanities Corridor

Camilla Bell (Cultural Foundations of Education, current Fellow)
Gemma Cooper-Novack (Literacy Education, current Fellow)
Jesse Swann-Quinn (Ph.D. Geography, 2016-17 Fellow)

Announcing the Call for Applicants for the 2019-20 Public Humanities Graduate Fellowship program, a shared initiative of the Humanities Center and the CNY Humanities Corridor, in partnership with Humanities New York

At this jointly-hosted information session, current and former fellows will talk about the fellowship and answer questions. Light breakfast available.

More about the fellowships:

  • At Syracuse University, the program is open to graduate students pursuing a PhD in Anthropology, Composition & Cultural Rhetoric, English, Geography, History, Philosophy, Religion, Sociology, Cultural Foundations of Education, or Literacy in Education. It is also open to graduate students pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing or in VPA (3-year MFA programs only).
  • Each year, Syracuase University is granted two fellowships. Learn more about our current and prior fellows.
  • Application links are at the HNY website.​
  • Early/additional questions? Contact Humanities New York Program Officer Adam Capitanio, 212-233-1131.

View or download the event flier.

Aimee Germain, CNY Humanities Corridor