UConn Humanities Fellowships are opportunities for individuals to pursue advanced work in the humanities. Visiting Humanities Scholars, UConn Humanities Scholars, and UConn Graduate Humanities Fellowships are year-long and allow for time and space to research, write, and collaborate on work that extends and celebrates humanities scholarship. Take advantage of the time and space UCHI fellows are afforded as well as UConn’s research facilities, archives, special collections, and museum with ideal proximity to Hartford, New Haven, Boston, and New York City.
With the generous support of the John Templeton Foundation, Humility & Conviction in Public Life Fellowships are open to professionals in the academic, media, and non-profit sectors. Awards will support research and engagement initiatives that promote intellectual humility in public discourse. Fellowship periods from one month to one year will be considered.