Intercollegiate Studies Institute Graduate Fellowships Program


Fellowship Information

Description:

The Intercollegiate Studies Institute articulates and defends the ideas of a free society on the American college campus. ISI is also a strong proponent of high standards for college education, because an educated citizenry is vital to representative democracy. The Institute’s programs enhance the quality of learning and thus further understanding of the norms and institutions necessary for a society that is virtuous, humane, and free.

Who Should Apply:

Applicants must engage in graduate studies for the purpose of teaching at the college level. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, who will be enrolled in a fulltime graduate program for academic year 2011-2012. Those attending pre-professional (medical, law, divinity, business, etc.) schools are ineligible. Applicants must also be members of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, who receive the Intercollegiate Studies Review.

Fellowship Benefits:

Applicants must engage in graduate studies for the purpose of teaching at the college level. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, who will be enrolled in a fulltime graduate program for academic year 2011-2012. Those attending pre-professional (medical, law, divinity, business, etc.) schools are ineligible. Applicants must also be members of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, who receive the Intercollegiate Studies Review. The following scholarship programs are offered by ISI:

The following scholarship programs are offered by ISI:

  • The Richard M. Weaver Fellowship pays tuition at the school attended by the recipient, a stipend of $5,000, and awards $1,000 in ISI Books.
  • The Western Civilization Fellowship awards each recipient $20,000 for graduate work related to Western Civilization studies. Two of these graduate fellowships are awarded annually.
  • The Salvatori Fellowship provides $10,000 to each awardee for graduate work related to the American Founding. Two of these graduate fellowships are awarded annually.
  • The Bache Renshaw Fellowship awards each recipient $12,000 toward doctoral study in education that will influence the discipline with the ideas, values, and institutions that are fundamental to America’s Western tradition.
Program Duration:

Varies. Depends on the program.

Number & Amount Available:
  • Each Weaver Fellow receives a grant of $5,000 and payment of tuition at the school of his or her choice (either in the U.S. or abroad).
  • Each Salvatori Fellowship recipient receives a $10,000 grant.
Citizenship Requirements:
USA
STEM Fields Only:
No

Student Information

Required GPA:
Any
Academic Level:
Senior
Graduate

Deadlines

Initial Deadline:
January 23rd, 2016
NC State Campus Deadline:

None

National Deadline:
January 23rd, 2016 for both the Weaver and Salvatori