The Radcliff Institute Fellowship Program is offering a year-long residential stay at Harvard for journalists and many other scientific and creative professionals. It has the aim to give the fellows the possibility to work on long-term projects which are otherwise not to be fulfilled and to have the inn the stimulating environment of Harvard University.
Apply here as Radcliff Fellow.
Successful candidates are funded up to USD 75,000 in total for the fellowship period which extends from September 2016 to May 2017, with some possible additional funding depending on the project. In addition to this, the fellowship includes access to the resources of Harvard University like the libraries as well as an office or other working space suitable for the fellow’s project.
Candidates have to present the planned project when applying. They will be chosen based both on their background as well as on their proposal. Fellows need to have the possibility to work full-time on their project and stay in the area, as Radcliff is a residential fellowship. Journalists applying for the project need to verify a minimum of five years professional experience in the field.
The Radcliff Institute Fellowship Program supports scholars from different disciplines, ranging from natural sciences to creative professions. The aim is to build a close and diverse community of fellows. More information on the Radcliff Fellowship can be found here.
The deadline to apply is September 24, 2015.
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