RIGS Dissertation Proposal Workshop Deadline Extended to April 5
Our focus is to support graduate students, approximately in their second to fourth years of graduate study, who are in the middle of developing their dissertation proposals. We are looking for projects in the humanities, education, policy, and the social sciences, that are committed to addressing and engaging with some of the most pressing socio-economic issues and inequalities of our time.
The RIGS DPW workshop will run from May 17, 2021, through May 21, 2021, and active participation in this workshop is a requirement of the fellowship.
During this workshop, you will engage in the following:
- Meet in pre-assigned, interdisciplinary small groups of graduate fellows to workshop proposals with faculty “research directors” (RD’s)/mentors
- Meet with faculty RDs/mentors throughout the week to further develop your dissertation proposal
- Learn more about the dissertation proposal process and grant writing
- Interact with RIGS affiliated faculty and staff across the University of Minnesota, as well as various Institutes and Centers across campus
- Build relationships with graduate students and faculty outside of your program
Application Materials Due: NEW DEADLINE, Monday, April 5, 2021
Notification: Monday April 12, 2021
Workshop Begins: Monday, May 17, 2021
Please submit the following to email@example.com.
- Dissertation Proposal Draft: (2 single-spaced pages) In addition to the brief, 2-page proposal, include a 1-page bibliography. (Note that this proposal is meant to be a tentative draft; the point of this workshop is to help you develop the proposal).
- “Social Justice” Statement: (1 single-spaced page) A statement on your research’s intellectual engagement with, and commitment to addressing socio-economic inequalities
- Current CV
- One Short (1-2 page) Faculty Letter of Recommendation
This fellowship is sponsored by the Race, Indigeneity, Gender, and Sexuality (RIGS) Studies Initiative; CLA Office for Research and Graduate education; CEHD Office of Graduate and Professional Programs and Office of Undergraduate Programs, Diversity, and Equity.
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