National Humanities Center Summer Residency
NHC 2019 Summer Residency Cohort
Nanovic Sponsored Summer Ph.D. Student Residency Program
The Nanovic Institute for European Studies is sponsoring up to two Ph.D. students in the humanities at Notre Dame to participate in a virtual Summer Residency program at the National Humanities Center in Durham, North Carolina.
The 2021 Residency Program focuses on meaningful teaching and learning in the humanities classroom.Focusing on the process of translating research into practice, students are given guidance on how to create meaningful learning experiences for any level audience in sessions led by prominent scholars, master educators, and technology experts. Most importantly, the design of the residency requires direct and collegial work among students from different universities and disciplines, creating a much richer network of humanities professionals.The National Humanities Center Summer Residency will take place between July – 9 2021.
To apply to this program complete the Nanovic Graduate Grant Application here. In your application please include a 1 – 2-page letter of interest clearly detailing how the NHC Summer Residency Program will serve your academic and professional advancement and how your research contributes to European studies. You must also request a letter of recommendation submitted by a faculty member who can speak directly to how this program will benefit you. You will not need to fill out a budget template as the Nanovic Institute will cover the full cost of tuition.
If you have questions please contact Student Programs Assistant Manager Anna Dolezal at email@example.com.