Provost's Fellowship Program

PROF Program

The Provost's Fellowship (PROF) Program is part of Dartmouth's ongoing efforts to diversify the professoriate. The PROF program aims to prepare early career scholars for long-term success in higher education. Through a partnership among the Frank J. Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies, Arts and Sciences, and the Provost's Office, PROF Fellows benefit from Dartmouth's flagship role in cultivating teacher-scholars. We seek future faculty invested in the transformative impact of a liberal arts education who are also producing innovative research at the forefront of their fields. 

PROF Fellows are part of a multidisciplinary cohort of approximately ten predoctoral and postdoctoral scholars, all committed to increasing diversity in their disciplines. Fellows teach one course during their residency, participate in mentoring and professional development programming, and receive guidance in preparing for faculty job searches. They also hold research appointments in departments and programs, where they participate fully in campus life. 

The PROF program includes two types of fellowships: some are designated as dissertation-completion fellowships that convert to postdoctoral appointments in the second year; some are structured as one- or two-year postdoctoral appointments. Details on each fellowship can be found below. 

Please email if you have further questions or would like more information.

Contact: PROF.Fellows@Dartmouth.edu

History

Most of the fellowships within the PROF program began at Dartmouth in the early 1990s: Marshall (1991), Eastman (1992), and Chávez (1994). Over this nearly thirty-year span, 70% of fellows have gone on to join the professoriate. Most recently, Dartmouth’s 2016 Inclusive Excellence initiative has expanded this suite of fellowships by increasing their length, adding Asian American Studies, and establishing additional positions that rotate among departments. As of 2017, the PROF program brings all of these scholars together in a cohort model led by a faculty director.

Chavez, Eastman, and Marshall Fellows

César Chávez Fellows in Latinx Studies

Dartmouth College invites applications for the César Chavez Predoctoral Fellowship. This fellowship promotes student and faculty diversity at Dartmouth, and throughout higher education, by supporting the career trajectories of underrepresented minority scholars and others with a demonstrated ability to advance educational diversity. Applicants will be selected on the basis of their academic achievement, promise in both research and teaching, and their demonstrated commitment to addressing racial underrepresentation in higher education.

Search Open: Nov 20, 2019 
Deadline: Feb 1, 2020 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time
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Charles Eastman Fellows in Native American and Indigenous Studies

The Charles Eastman Pre-Doctoral Fellowship aims to promote student and faculty diversity at Dartmouth and throughout higher ed by supporting completion of the doctorate by selected Native American scholars.  
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Thurgood Marshall Fellows in African American and African Diasporic Studies 

Dartmouth College invites applications for the Thurgood Marshall Dissertation Fellowship. We seek top scholars working in any geographies and disciplines and interdisciplinary spaces across African Diaspora, African American, African, or Africana Studies. Particular attention will be given to candidates whose work augments and complements current faculty in the African and African American Studies Program (AAAS). Applicants will be selected on the basis of their academic achievement, promise in both research and teaching, and their demonstrated commitment to educational diversity. Applications from candidates who are underrepresented in their fields are especially welcome.
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Guarini Dean's Fellowships

Guarini Dean's Fellows 

Guarini Dean's Postdoctoral Fellows are part of the Provost's Fellowship Program, a multidisciplinary cohort of approximately ten predoctoral and postdoctoral scholars who share a commitment to increasing diversity in their disciplines. Fellows participate together in mentoring and professional development programming, including guidance in preparing for faculty careers.

Dean's Pre-to-Postdoctoral Fellowship in Asian American Studies

Dartmouth College invites applications for the Dean's Pre-to-Postdoctoral Dissertation Fellowship in Asian American Studies. The Fellowship supports scholars working in any disciplinary or interdisciplinary field on topics related to Asian American Studies. Fellows are selected on the basis of academic achievement, promise in both research and teaching, and demonstrated commitment to educational diversity. Particular attention will be given to candidates whose work complements and can be supported by current faculty at the College Applications from candidates who are underrepresented in their fields are especially welcome.>

This is a two-year residential fellowship. Fellows are expected to complete the dissertation before the second year and then transition to a postdoctoral appointment. Throughout, fellows are expected to pursue research activities while participating fully in the intellectual life of their home department and the College. During the second year of residency, fellows teach one course. As a predoctoral fellow in the first year, fellows receive an annual stipend of approximately $36,000 plus benefits and an allocation for research expenses; as a postdoctoral fellow in the second year, the stipend is approximately $55,200 plus benefits and an allocation for research expenses (exact funding levels for 2020-22 will be set at the time of offer).

Dean's Fellows are part of the Provost's Fellowship Program, a multidisciplinary cohort of approximately ten predoctoral and postdoctoral scholars who share a commitment to increasing diversity in their disciplines. Fellows participate together in mentoring and professional development programming, including guidance in preparing for faculty careers.

Application Materials:

1) Research statement outlining completed research (including dissertation), work in progress, and plans for publication (maximum two pages, single-spaced)

2)Teaching statement outlining past and future teaching interests (maximum one page, single-spaced)

3) Fellowship program statement describing interest in joining a multidisciplinary cohort; the statement should also describe prior and potential contributions to diversity in the context of academic research, teaching, and/or service (maximum one page, single-spaced)

4) Curriculum vitae

5) Three confidential letters of recommendation, one of which must be from the dissertation advisor and address the projected timeline for completion 

Review of applications will begin January 15, 2020 and continue until the position is filled.

Application through Interfolio can be accessed here: apply.interfolio.com/71667>

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Guarini Dean's Postdoctoral Fellowship in Ethnicity, Race, and Migration in the U.S. Context

Dartmouth College Department of History invites applications for a Guarini Dean's Postdoctoral Fellowships in Ethnicity, Race, and Migration in the U.S. Context. This fellowship supports scholars whose research addresses these themes; we are especially but not exclusively interested in transnational approaches. In addition, the fellowship promotes student and faculty diversity at Dartmouth, and throughout higher education, by supporting underrepresented minority scholars and others with a demonstrated ability to advance educational diversity. Applicants will be selected on the basis of their academic achievement, promise in both research and teaching, and their demonstrated commitment to addressing racial underrepresentation in higher education. The PhD must be conferred by the start of the fellowship.

This is a two-year residential fellowship, with one course taught in the second year. Throughout, fellows are expected to pursue research activities while participating fully in the intellectual life of the department and the college. Fellows receive an annual stipend of approximately $55,200 plus benefits and an allocation for research expenses (exact funding levels will be set at the time of offer).

Guarini Dean's Postdoctoral Fellows are part of the Provost's Fellowship Program, a multidisciplinary cohort of approximately ten predoctoral and postdoctoral scholars who share a commitment to increasing diversity in their disciplines. Fellows participate together in mentoring and professional development programming, including guidance in preparing for faculty careers.

Qualifications
The PhD must be conferred by the start of the fellowship.

Application Instructions

Application Materials: (1) Cover letter, including overview of research areas and teaching interests; please also describe your prior contributions to advancing diversity in higher education and your motivations to join this multidisciplinary fellowship program; (2) CV; (3) Project description (maximum two pages, single-spaced); (4) The names and full contact information of your dissertation advisor and of two additional scholars who would provide confidential letters of recommendation upon request.

Please submit your file via Interfolio https://apply.interfolio.com/70972.

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