Richard A. Long / HBCU Fellowship

Emory University - Rose Library

The Rose Library offers 2-3 short-term research fellowships annually to graduate students and faculty from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Each fellowship will have a value of between $500-$1000, which is meant to help defray expenses in traveling to and residing in Atlanta for the duration of the fellowship. Applicants must be enrolled in a graduate program or teach at an HBCU that is more than 50 miles away from Emory University’s main campus. The goal of the fellowship is to support faculty and graduate students from HBCUs by providing resources to conduct research in the Rose Library’s African American collections.

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  • Deadline: Feb 23, 2024 (Confirmed)*
  • Work Experience: Any
  • Location: North America
  • Citizenship: United States
  • Residency: United States
*Please check the program's website to confirm deadlines.
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