Graduate Fellows Holger Lowendorf (History) and Kuba Glazek (Psychology) with Faculty Fellow Ashley West (Art History) at the 2011 Graduate Conference, "Public Intellectuals"
Graduate fellows and associates begin planning the graduate conference in early Fall 2008.
Temple faculty are given reduced teaching and a$1000 research budget for the year.
Advanced graduate students receive financial support for one semester to work on the dissertation in addition to a $500 research budget.
Advanced graduate students receive full support for one semester to work on the dissertation in addition to a $500 research budget.
Associate Fellowships provide research money to graduate students who have finished coursework or are in their third year. Students also participate in the Fellows Seminar and annual graduate student conference and receive a research budget. Four to six per year.
All faculty and graduate students holding fellowships or associateships participate in a bi-weekly set of meetings to discuss the work-in-progress of the participants. Lunch is provided, and material is pre-circulated so that discussion focuses on responses to the work.
CHAT is proud to announce the following recipients of fellowships at the Humanities Center for 2013-2014. (View the list of Fellows from previous years, or see news and updates from former CHAT fellows.)