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CSRE Teaching and Fellowship Program
Fellowship / internship

CSRE Teaching and Fellowship Program

One-year full-time
Education & Youth Development

There are two types of positions within the program: the Senior Seminar Coordinator position and the Teaching Fellow position. The Senior Seminar Coordinator serves three teaching quarters with summer funding. Teaching Fellows serve two TA or teaching quarters and one fellowship quarter during the academic year. Fellows will receive a stipend of at least $35,000, TGR fees and 50% of health coverage for the academic year (fall, winter, and spring quarters). The Senior Seminar Coordinator also receives approximately $6,500 during the summer quarter if they continue as an active student, TGR fees are not included. Fellows will have a shared office space.

Eligibility

All currently enrolled Stanford PhD candidates, in any discipline, are invited to apply. Students can apply to both the Dissertation Fellowship and Graduate Teaching Fellowship, but will receive an offer for only one fellowship if selected. Preference will be given to students who are not guaranteed departmental funding for the next academic year.

No other employment, assistantship, or fellowship (unless specifically intended for travel or research expense) may be held concurrently. Exceptions to this restriction must be approved by CCSRE. Teaching Fellows (TFs) are required to enroll in the Critical Race Studies Colloquium (CSRE 301), attend the Center’s Faculty Seminar Series, and quarterly Faculty Fellows Chautauquas. TFs must be in residence at CCSRE during the fellowship year
TFs must submit a brief report, no more than one page, at the end of their fellowship.

Location

Stanford

Open To

Graduate Students

Contact

Offered By

Center for Comparative Studies of Race and Ethnicity
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