Post-Graduate Teaching Fellowship
The Havighurst Post-Graduate Teaching Fellowship is a teaching and research fellowship. The Center partners with a home department where a Fellow will be based, one that allows the Fellow to teach courses in their discipline while also teaching upper-level courses related to the mission of the Havighurst Center.
The number of Fellows sponsored by the Center changes from year to year. If new Fellowships will be offered, we will post details here and through other means, most likely by mid-February. Applications are submitted through Miami University's online job site.
The fellowships are designed for junior scholars of exceptional promise who have completed their doctorate. Fellows will teach four courses and assist in developing Havighurst programs in the area of their interest; candidates also will have the opportunity to pursue their research agenda for a calendar year with the support of a competitive salary and up to $2,000 for research support.
Miami University is an equal opportunity employer and applications from female and minority scholars are strongly encouraged.
The Havighurst Center, in cooperation with the Russian program in the Department of German, Russian, Asian, and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures (GRAMELAC), recommends the following language programs to students interested in studying abroad in Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia.
Summer, semester or academic year (no previous Russian language study required)
This program is co-sponsored with AIFS to provide an approved home bill semester study abroad opportunity for Russian language minors and for majors in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies. As a co-sponsored program, you will pay Miami tuition plus a program fee while applying your Miami scholarships.
Summer Russian Language Instruction at Vilnius University, Lithuania
Havighurst Undergraduate Fellowship
The Havighurst Center for Russian & Post-Soviet Studies invites applications for the Havighurst Undergraduate Fellowship, awarded to qualified undergraduate students who declare Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies as a major. First year Miami students and high school seniors who have been admitted to Miami University are especially encouraged to apply.
Benefits of the Fellowship include
- a one-time award of $500.00 for newly declared majors
- access to additional funding for summer, semester and year-long study abroad
- selective access to reserved study space in the Havighurst Center
- exclusive invitations to Havighurst dinners and one-on-one meetings with Havighurst speakers and visitors
- one-on-one Russian language tutoring
Apply: Havighurst Center Undergraduate Fellowship
Students may submit the form electronically, request a form be emailed to them (in PDF form), or ask for one in person in the Havighurst Center (322 Harrison Hall).