Leadership Lab: Focus Your Future Through Fellowship Applications
Friday, November 15, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM (CST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This workshop will explore the many non-monetary benefits of applying for fellowships and grants throughout graduate school and will help students think about how fellowships can aid their future career objectives regardless of whether or not their careers lead them to academia. Topics will include the benefits that come from the process of applying fellowships, training opportunities that fellowships provide, and prestige that transfers to academic, industry, and non-profit worlds.
Katherine Kinzler, Neubauer Family Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology
Elizabeth Todd-Breland, Assistant Professor of History at the University of Illinois-Chicago, and recent alum of the Department of History at the University of Chicago
Michal Ran-Rubin, PhD Candidate in the Department of Anthropology, and recipient of such fellowships as the Jacob Javits, NSF, Wenner-Gren, and Fulbright-Hayes
Jessica Smith, Assistant Director of Fellowships, Graduate Student Affairs
Kelly Therese Pollock, Associate Dean of Students, Division of the Social Sciences
We will finish the session with some general practical advice on fellowship applications.
The content will be geared toward doctoral students in the Division of the Social Sciences as part of the Division's Leadership Lab Series, but all are welcome.