Smithsonian Institution Fellowship Program

Marika Carley (MCPEM004@SIVM.SI.EDU)
Fri, 21 Oct 1994 16:55:05 EDT

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From: Pamela Hudson
Subject: Smithsonian Institution Fellowship Program

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The Institution offers in-residence appointments for
research and study in fields which are actively pursued by
the museums and research organizations of the Institution
using its facilities, with the advice and guidance of its
staff members.

At present these fields are:

Animal behavior, ecology, and environmental
science, including an emphasis on the tropics
Anthropology, including archaeology,
Astrophysics and astronomy
Earth sciences and paleobiology
Evolutionary and systematic biology
History of science and technology
History of art, especially American, contemporary,
African, and Asian art, twentieth-century
American crafts, and decorative arts
Social and cultural history and folklife

POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS are offered to scholars who have
held the degree or equivalent for less than seven years.
SENIOR FELLOWSHIPS are offered to scholars who have held the
degree or equivalent for seven years or more. The term is 3
to 12 months. Both fellowships offer a stipend of $25,000
per year plus allowances.

PREDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS are offered to doctoral candidates
who have completed preliminary course work and examinations.
The term is 3 to 12 months. The stipend is $14,000 per year
plus allowances.

GRADUATE STUDENT FELLOWSHIPS are offered to students to
conduct research in association with research staff members
of the Smithsonian. Students must be formally enrolled in a
graduate program of study, have completed at least one
semester, and not yet have been advanced to candidacy if in
a Ph.D. Program. The term is 10 weeks; the stipend is

These fellowships support research in residence at all
Smithsonian facilities except the Smithsonian Astrophysical
Observatory (see below).

POSTMARK DEADLINE - January 15, 1995


Applicants interested in conducting research at the
Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory should write to the
Office of the Director, Smithsonian Astrophysical
Observatory, 60 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 for
program information, application materials, and deadlines.

For more information about these programs and/or application
forms please contact:

Office of Fellowships and Grants
Smithsonian Institution
955 L'Enfant Plaza, Suite 7000
Washington, D.C. 20560

PHONE: (202) 287-3271
(please include postal
mailing address for materials)

PLEASE NOTE: Applications and forms CANNOT be faxed nor
are they available in electronic form.

Mail service speed should be considered when requesting
application materials. It is suggested that an allowance of
at least 6 weeks for overseas mail and at least 2 weeks for
service in the continental U.S. be made.

Pamela E. Hudson
Office of Fellowships and Grants Smithsonian Institution phone: (202) 287-3271