CHSS Research hosted two events in March; on March 23 and 25 panels of representatives from various federal agencies discussed fellowships and career development opportunities offered by their organizations as well as best practices for competing for these opportunities; and CHSS faculty discussed their experiences competing for these types of awards.
The March 23 event, Fellowships and Career Development Opportunities for the Humanities, included a panel consisting of:
Russ Wyland, Deputy Director, National Endowment for the Humanities
David Travis, Assistant Grants Management Specialist, National Endowment for the Arts
Janna Deitz, Outreach and Partnerships - The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress
Rashmi Sadana, Associate Professor, CHSS Sociology and Anthropology
The March 25 event, Fellowships and Career Development Opportunities for the Social and Behavioral Sciences, featured a panel consisting of:
Belinda Sims, Health Scientist Administrator, NIMH, National Institutes of Health
Jeff Mantz, Program Director, National Science Foundation
Janna Deitz, Outreach and Partnerships, The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress
Cynthia Lum, Professor, CHSS Criminology, Law, and Society
All panelists gave outstanding presentations. You can see the recordings of these events through the links below.
Recording of Fellowships and Career Development Opportunities for the Humanities: https://gmu.zoom.us/rec/share/q5I84cKleGek1PJgt-YK58AXrYYqJJqHhdQIilZGsjGaB6s0ZCt36GIDne9It-uK.Fsep8jqyD-ip7eFz Passcode: 18#ccZ7p
Recording of Fellowships and Career Development Opportunities for the Social and Behavioral Sciences: https://gmu.zoom.us/rec/share/H-AZOA2uSHZbTBDa6Rz5_Ji2cb4sd9AyWE1vPhKt54ZdI0TvL74ya2Jdsp_cf6cu.8N2jv1_NoxLNXqzU Passcode: z*37bty@
March 29, 2021