Kenyon Faculty Awarded Fellowship

Congratulations to Frankie Gourrier, Assistant Professor of American Studies and History, for receiving a Woodrow Wilson Foundation Career Enhancement Fellowship from the Institute for Citizens and Scholars. The Career Enhancement Fellowship seeks to increase the presence of underrepresented junior and other faculty members in the humanities, social sciences, and arts by creating career development opportunitiesContinue reading “Kenyon Faculty Awarded Fellowship”

Kenyon Faculty Member Awarded Two Fellowships

Patrick Bottiger, Associate Professor of History, has been awarded two fellowships to support a new book project, The Three Sisters Agricultural Revolution, that will span the 2021-2022 academic year and into the fall of 2022.  Professor Bottiger was awarded a full 9-month fellowship to conduct research at the Newberry collection in Chicago. The independent libraryContinue reading “Kenyon Faculty Member Awarded Two Fellowships”

NEH Fellowships 2021

The deadline is approaching for this year’s NEH fellowships.   Full information can be found on the agency’s website, including an invitation to a free online information session to be held on February 9, 2021, from 12:30 PM – 2 PM Eastern Standard Time. The presentation will be posted afterwards, if you are unable to attendContinue reading “NEH Fellowships 2021”