Every year Five Colleges announces opportunities for dissertation fellowships intended to promote diversity in the academy. After review by a committee composed of representatives from Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke and Smith, four fellowships are awarded, each based at one of the colleges (the UMass does not participate in this program). The Fellowship, which is open to applicants in all fields, provides a $30,000 stipend, benefits, research support, housing assistance, and research and teaching mentorship. This year’s announcement—and a list of current and recent fellows—is available at https://www.fivecolleges.edu/faculty/fellowships
Amherst is a member of Creating Connections Consortium. C3 offers new ways of connecting undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty and staff and liberal arts colleges to opportunities that value and support diversity.
There are several fellowships available to students and post-grauduate students that encourage and supprt international study, travel and learning in countries other than the United States..
The University of Dijon Assistantship. This fellowship is an appointment as teaching assistant in American Civilization and Language for one year at the University of Dijon. The fellowship offers a stipend paid by the French government and free admission to courses at the University.
Exchange Fellowship, Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris. This fellowship iswithout stipend but offers a room at the Ecole Normale Supérieure and admission to any university course in Paris.
- The Amherst Office of Fellowships administers a number of nationally competitve scholarships such as the Fulbright and the Watson, Amherst fellowships open to all Amherst students and alumni, as well as the Amherst-Doshisha Fellowship at Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan.
- Amherst is a member of Creating Connections Consortium. C3 offers new ways of connecting undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty and staff and liberal arts colleges to opportunities that value and support diversity.