GSAS Fellowships in Academic Administration: Institute for Comparative Literature and Society

GSAS Fellowships in Academic Administration

Spring 2016 Descriptions

Institute for Comparative Literature and Society

The Institute for Comparative Literature and Society (ICLS) is looking for a GSAS Fellow to assist with program development and grant writing during the 2015-2016 academic year. ICLS has two projects that the Fellow will focus on in spring 2016: the development of a proposal for an M.A. program in Translation Studies and the grant-writing for our Medical Humanities initiative.

Under the supervision of the Assistant Director, the Fellow will:

 Research and write working drafts of documents, including grant proposals

 Work with online and other databases to enter/sort data

 Provide event/logistical support

 Perform other tasks as needed

It is the intention of ICLS to complete a proposal for the M.A. Program in Translation Studies by the end of the spring 2016 semester. The GSAS Fellow will become familiar with the full scope of preparing such a proposal. Additionally, the GSAS Fellow will assist in the grant-writing efforts for continuing our research program started by a CHCI Mellon seed grant.

Qualifications:

 Strong organizational skills

 Ability to work independently and manage tasks within short deadlines

 Excellent computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft products

 Detail-oriented

 Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills

 Experience in a higher education setting preferred

Application and eligibility details here.

Ask a Question

Questions are welcome! Get answers to your history-related queries from our faculty members. Have a question about the historical roots of today's trending news story? HiA gives you direct access.


Talk to the experts

Show Your New Work

Are you a recently published author? Want to have your book featured and connect with the HiA community? Spread the word and spark dialogue with a live, user-generated Q&A session.


Have a conversation

See What’s Happening

News, events, and opportunities of interest from HiA and the Career Diversity for Historians community, updated every day, plus our own live hashtag walls to engage in collaborative conversation.

Check out what’s on

Join Our Community

Registering with HiA is easy and open to all. Have your own profile, participate in conversations, publish and promote your work, and receive updates and newsletters directly in your in-box.

Register now

Publish Engage and Share

Want to share with the rest of the community a recently published article, a great thought piece, podcast, or documentary? Or post a photo and a few lines about your latest work-in-progress?


Take history viral