How Do I Apply?
2019-20 Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship
Instructions for Students
1. Contact the center or institute you would like to have host you during the fellowship year. You will need to:
- check with directors and potential mentors early to ensure the best match,
- obtain a letter of endorsement from the director of the center/institute, and
- find a faculty mentor affiliated with the center/institute who will work closely with you during the fellowship year.
- Provide any application materials the center/institute requires to the center/institute by October 22, 2018, to be considered for a letter of endorsement.
2. Ensure complete application materials.
- Your graduate program will need all required documentation, including letters, well in advance of the Graduate School deadline (noon, Friday, November 16, 2018), in order to complete its online nomination.
- Contact your graduate program to determine the program's internal deadline.
3. Help ensure your supporting letters are routed to the nominating program.
- Provide letter instructions to your letter writers and endorsement instructions to the center/institute director. Be sure to include graduate program contact information and your program's internal deadline for submission.
- You will need:
- A letter of endorsement from the director of the center/institute.
- Mentor letter(s) from faculty affiliated with the center/institute.
- A letter from your advisor. Co-advisors may co-author one letter.
4. The program's nomination is due by noon, Friday, November 16, 2018.
If you still have questions after reviewing this page, please contact the Graduate Fellowships Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.