The Gerald Saxon Brown Digital Skills Fellowship provides a graduate student in History or one of its joint programs with opportunities to develop their digital, collaborative, and communication skills while working on public engagement projects that make historical research relevant and accessible. For the academic year 2022-23, this fellow will serve as producer and host for the fourth season of the History Department’s podcast series, Reverb Effect, which highlights and makes visible the scholarship of U-M History’s faculty and graduate students.
This fellowship is funded by the Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies, Department of History, Rackham Graduate School, and by a generous gift from Catherine and Gary Andrejak, commemorating Catherine’s father and former U-M History faculty member Gerald Saxon Brown (1911-1999). The fellowship is a key part of U-M History’s larger efforts to expand the range of training and paid work experiences for its PhD students.
The applicaton is due February 21, 2022. Link below for additional details. Application materials may be submitted via email. Please address questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.