The Radcliffe Fellowship Program at Harvard University is a one-year fellowship for scholars, artists, and writers who have made significant contributions to their fields and are eager to pursue new projects. Fellows are selected based on their intellectual excellence, creativity, and potential to make a meaningful impact on society.
- Applicants must have a PhD or comparable doctoral degree, or have achieved distinction in their field without formal academic training.
- Applicants must be able to devote full time to their work at Radcliffe.
- Applicants must be able to demonstrate a strong record of accomplishment and a commitment to public engagement.
- Fellows receive a stipend of $75,000 for the year.
- Fellows have access to all of the resources of Harvard University, including its libraries, laboratories, and computing centers.
- Fellows participate in a variety of seminars, workshops, and conferences.
- Fellows are also provided with housing and office space on the Radcliffe campus.
To apply for the Radcliffe Fellowship Program, students must submit an online application form, including their CV, transcripts, writing samples, and letters of recommendation.
The deadline to apply for the Radcliffe Fellowship Program is November 1st, 2023.
For more information about the Radcliffe Fellowship Program, please visit the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study website.
Tips for Applicants:
- Make sure to carefully review the eligibility requirements and application process before submitting your application.
- Write a strong personal statement that highlights your experience, accomplishments, and research or creative interests.
- Get strong letters of recommendation from colleagues or mentors who can attest to your skills and abilities.
- Submit your application early to increase your chances of being selected.
I hope this information is helpful. Good luck with your application!