The Oregon Humanities Center is now accepting applications for its teaching and research fellowships program.
Fellowships are awarded through a competitive application process each fall term. The deadline for both fellowships is 4 p.m. Oct. 26.
Teaching fellowships support the development of a new undergraduate humanities course or the substantial redesign of an existing one. The fellowships are for tenure-track faculty members and career non-tenure-track faculty members with an FTE of 0.5 or more who have been employed by the UO for at least three years at the time of application.
Teaching fellowships provide $4,500 in summer pay for four consecutive weeks of course development and up to $1,000 in course enhancement funds for visiting lecturers, films, course materials and similar expenses. Team-teaching applications are eligible.
Coleman-Guitteau Professorships: Awards support the development of a new or substantially revised interdisciplinary undergraduate humanities course which focuses on significant intellectual and cultural questions and their history, and provide up to $4,000 in course enhancement funds.
Wulf Professorships: Awards support the development of a new or substantially revised undergraduate course that identifies, examines carefully and responds critically to ethical issues that confront individuals and society. They provide up to $4,000 in course enhancement funds.
Research fellowships support tenure-track faculty members working on humanistic research projects and provide one term free of teaching (a single course buy-out) to engage in full-time research.
Ernest G. Moll Fellowships in Literary Studies: Awarded to outstanding proposals in literary studies and provide a term free of teaching plus $1,000 in research support.
VP for Research and Innovation Completion Awards: Support faculty members nearing completion of a project for publication.
Provost’s Senior Humanist Fellowships: Support full professors or associate professors who have been in rank for five years or more at the time of application.