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Eadington Fellowship Application Cycle Is Open

By David G. Schwartz on February 13, 2017 1:37 PM | Permalink

The Center for Gaming Research is now accepting applications for the 2017-8 Eadington Fellowships:

In the  2017-18 academic year, the Center will award two types of Eadington fellowships:

  • Four-week Resident Fellowships offer a $3,000 stipend.  This award is intended for graduate students conducting dissertation research, junior faculty, particularly those turning dissertations into books, and senior faculty pursuing new research opportunities.  Resident Eadington Fellows will complete a month-long residency at Special Collections at the University Libraries, deliver a public talk (which is recorded as part of the Center’s podcast series), and contribute a brief paper to the Center’s Occasional Paper Series.  It is expected that the research they conduct will be incorporated into their dissertation, a book, or another major research project.  Residencies for these fellowships can be scheduled to conclude any time before September 1, 2018—this includes the summer.
     
  • Two-week Visiting Fellowships offer a $1,500 stipend.  This award is intended for senior faculty or junior faculty who do not have the time to commit to a month-long residency.  Visiting Eadington Fellows will spend a minimum of two weeks in residency doing research at Special Collections, deliver a public talk (which is recorded as part of the Center’s podcast series), and contribute a brief paper to our Occasional Paper Series.  It is expected that their research will be incorporated into an article, book chapter, or other research project. These residencies must be completed by June 30, 2018.

All Eadington fellows will complete a residency at Special Collections; deliver a public talk (which is recorded as part of the Center’s podcast series); and contribute a brief paper to the Center’s Occasional Paper Series.

Learn more on the Felowships page. 


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