Philip Jackson Baugh Fellowship
Study Subject : Anthropology, Economics, Psycology or Sociology
Employer : The Baugh Fellowship
Level : PhD
We are pleased to announce that the Graduate School will offer one competitive fellowship through the generosity of the Phillip Jackson Baugh Endowment.
This one-year fellowship is for the promotion of careers and interest in the areas of aging and human development. The Baugh Fellowship provides an annual stipend (equivalent to the Graduate School recommended stipend established each year), as well as tuition and mandatory fees.
In addition, the Graduate School will pay the health insurance premium for recipients who enroll in the Duke student medical insurance plan.
Application Requirements for Philip Jackson Baugh Fellowship :
Applicants must have completed the preliminary exam by the end of the Spring 2011 semester. No other award (whether fellowship or service-related) may be held concurrently with this fellowship without special permission from the Dean.
Submission Requirements :
One copy of the following original documentation should be given to your DGS assistant. Completed cover sheet (see the following page) Curriculum Vitae Brief statement of research, interests and why it would be particularly important to be free of service obligations – not to exceed three (3) pages
Formatting should be 1″ margins, 1.5 line spacing, Arial 10 point font. Should you choose to include a bibliography, it will not be included in the page count, but should not exceed one (1) page.
Letter of recommendation from DGS including a description of the student’s research, special interests, and relation to aging and human development. Letter of recommendation from Dissertation Supervisor Copy of current Duke transcript
Fellowship Application Deadline for Philip Jackson Baugh Fellowship : October 29, 2010
Application Form Submission 16 Dec 2020 to 16 Jan 2021.