Become a Fellow
For 2018-19, the Center for Cultural Analysis will sponsor five fellowships for Rutgers faculty, five fellowships for Rutgers graduate students, and two Postdoctoral Associate positions for external scholars.
Faculty fellows will receive funding for a course release from their home departments, generally up to $5000. Graduate fellows will receive a $23,000 stipend, up to three credits in tuition remission, and health benefits (through the Graduate School), but they may not hold any other teaching positions, long-term fellowships, or administrative appointments during their CCA year. Postdoctoral Associates will receive a $45,000 salary, health benefits, and a private office in the new Rutgers Academic Building on the College Avenue campus. During the course of the academic year, Postdoctoral Associates teach one undergraduate course in a relevant Department within SAS, which is arranged through the CCA. Since the CCA Postdoctoral Associate position is considered a residential appointment, candidates must agree to establish residency within a forty mile radius of the New Brunswick campus during the duration of their appointment.
All seminar participants will have access to the CCA’s resources and will be expected to participate in and to present their work during CCA seminars, which meet regularly throughout the academic year.
Completed application packets are due to Department Chairs and Graduate Directors by November 17, 2017. Endorsed applications must be forwarded to the CCA no later than December 8, 2017. Packets available here - 2018-2019 Internal Fellow Application.
For ease of submission, each complete, endorsed application packet can be sent as a single PDF file to email@example.com.
Applications for the two 2018-19 postdoctoral associate positions must be submitted via Interfolio. The application portal will only be available until January 26, 2018.
Please direct all inquiries about CCA fellowships to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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