Young Center Fellowship Program
Center Fellows typically spend one semester at the Young Center pursuing research related to the faith, history, and culture of Anabaptist and/or Pietist movements. The Center provides office space, various support services, access to library holdings, and a modest stipend toward housing and travel expenses. Fellows typically teach a seminar, present a public lecture, or organize an interpretive event during the period of residency. Fellows are responsible for their own salary support from sabbatical, research grant, or other sources. Excellent resources on a variety of Anabaptist and Pietist groups are located within the region. Summer fellowships for junior faculty and graduate students are also available for a short-term appointment of four to six weeks.
The Center also welcomes Doctoral Fellows who are conducting research or involved in writing their doctoral dissertations. Although Doctoral Fellows receive support for their research through the use of facilities, computer, and library resources, they do not receive a stipend. Doctoral Fellows should follow the same application procedures as Center Fellows.
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(last checked 2/8/17)