Deadline Jan 31 | ARC Student Research Awards 2019-2020

ARC Student Research Awards 2019-2020

As part of its effort to encourage student research, the Advanced Research Collaborative (ARC) will be offering a number of Research Fellowships for the coming 2019-2020 academic year. The awards are valued at $4,000 each and are for one semester only. To be eligible, you must be a full-time student who has completed the First Exam but not yet completed the Second Exam at the time of the tenure of the award.

Students who accept this award will join ARC student/faculty research cluster meetings led by ARC Distinguished Fellows from within and outside of the CUNY system working in related areas. They will be required to attend three (3) cluster meetings during the semester. Preference will be given to students whose research interests are congruent with the research themes of the Distinguished Fellowship Program for 2019-2020. The themes are:

Immigration

Inequality

Multilingualism & Translation

Global Cities

Critical University Studies

In addition to attending the three cluster meetings, awardees will be required to do the following:

  • Submit a research statement/paper/grant/proposal/annotated bibliography of approximately 10 pages to their ARC student/faculty research cluster at the end of the semester of their tenure.
  • Attendance is compulsory at the weekly ARC seminars for the semester of their tenure (approximately 15 seminars each Thursday 4:30 – 6:30 pm throughout the semester)
  • Moderate one of the weekly faculty Seminars.

Deadline for applying is January 31, 2019.   Students will be notified of the selection committee’s decision by March 15, 2019.

Applications for this award should be sent to: fellowshipapps@gc.cuny.edu

Questions about this award should be sent to: arc@gc.cuny.edu

Student ARC Praxis Application Form 2019-20 Student ARC Fellowship 2019 – Cover Letter

Student ARC Praxis Application Form 2019-20

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