Frederick-Follet-Roethke Graduate Fellowship in the Arts and Humanities at SVSU
The residency supports original research on Marshall Fredericks, Ken Follett, or Theodore Roethke, using one of the university’s three principal archival collections in the humanities, with the goal of public presentation of the findings through a conference paper, published article in a scholarly journal, or other appropriate outlet. Creative projects will also be considered, such as the development during the residency of a series of poems based on Saginaw locations associated with Roethke’s life and career to be discussed and analyzed in a public forum.
The awards are reserved for advanced graduate students in relevant disciplines who are able to serve as resident scholars, preferably in the spring or summer of a given year. Recent graduates of relevant programs, with degrees received no earlier than May 2019 are also eligible. Applications are reviewed as received.
Each awardee will receive $5,000 stipend, mileage, overnight accommodations, and limited perdiem support to conduct original research on Marshall Fredericks, Ken Follett, or Theodore Roethke.
The application for the Fredericks • Follett • Roethke Graduate Fellowship in the Arts and Humanities at SVSU can be found by visiting the following link: https://svsu.infoready4.com/#competitionDetail/1875738