The Provost's Fellowship (PROF) Programs is part of Dartmouth's
ongoing efforts to diversify the professoriate. The PROF
program aims to prepare early career scholar for long-term success
in higher education. Through a partnership among the School
of Graduate and Advanced Studies, Arts and Sciences, and the
Provost's Office, PROF Fellows benefit from Dartmouth's flagship
role in cultivating teacher-scholars. We seek future faculty
invested in the transformative impact of a liberal arts education
who are also producing innovative research at the forefront of
PROF Fellows are part of a multidisciplinary cohort of
approximately ten predoctoral and postdoctoral scholars, all
committed to increasing diversity in their disciplines.
Fellows teach one course during their residency, participate
in mentoring and professional development programming, and receive
guidance in preparing for faculty job searches. They also
hold research appointments in department and programs, where they
participate fully in campus life.
The PROF program includes two types of fellowships: some
are designated as dissertation-completion fellowships that convert
to postdoctoral appointments in the second year; some are
structured as one-or two-year postdoctoral appointments.
Details on each fellowship can be found on the following
Location/Region: Hanover, NH (US - 03755)