Foundation / Corporation
Harvard University - Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
09/30/21 11:59 PM EST - Deadline for applications in science, engineering, and mathematics
Fellowships to USA, Canada, and International scholars, practitioners, and artists to support creative new projects in a variety of disciplines. Focus areas include legacies of slavery, law, education, and justice, and youth leadership and civic engagement. Fellows will be based in the Greater Boston area during their fellowship.
A fellowship at Radcliffe is an opportunity to step away from usual routines and dive deeply into a project. With access to Harvard’s unparalleled resources, Radcliffe fellows develop new tools and methods, challenge artistic and scholarly conventions, and illuminate past and present. Throughout the year, fellows convene regularly to share their work in progress. Coming from diverse disciplines and perspectives, they challenge each other’s ideas and support each other’s ambitions. The Radcliffe Fellowship Program seeks diversity along many dimensions, including discipline, career stage, race and ethnicity, country of origin, gender and sexual orientation, and ideological perspective.
The following areas are of particular interest:
Fellows are expected to engage actively with the colleagues in their cohort and to participate fully as a member of the Radcliffe community. To this end, all fellows present their work-in-progress, either in the form of a private talk for their cohort or a public lecture, in addition to attending the presentations of all other fellows during that academic year (up to two talks per week). Group lunches and other opportunities to connect with cohort members are also offered, but attendance at these is optional.
GrantWatch ID#: 160726
The Radcliffe Fellowship Program awards 50 fellowships each academic year.
Radcliffe Institute fellows receive a stipend of $78,000 plus an additional $5,000 to cover project expenses.
Fellows may be eligible to receive additional funds for moving expenses, childcare, and housing to aid them in making a smooth transition. Healthcare options are made available as needed.
Harvard Radcliffe Fellows receive office or studio space in Byerly Hall and full-time Harvard appointments as visiting fellows, granting them access to Harvard University's various resources, including libraries, housing, and athletic facilities. If fellows would like to hire Harvard undergraduate students as Research Partners, their hourly wages will be covered.
Radcliffe Institute fellows are in residence for a period of nine months from September 1, 2022 through May 31, 2023. Only under extraordinary circumstances are fellows permitted to come for one semester.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Online application portal: https://radcliffe.onlineapplicationportal.com/register/
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Radcliffe Institute Fellowship Program
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Cambridge, MA 02138
Main Tel: (617) 495-8212
Applications Tel: (617) 496-1324
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