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Four Stanford PhD students receive ACLS fellowships

Dean Mohammed Chahim
Image credit: Courtesy Dean Mohammed Chahim
May 21 2020
Awards, Fellow, Stanford, Students

The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) has awarded 2020 fellowships to four Stanford students who are completing doctoral degrees in anthropology, art/art history, history and philosophy.

Now in its 14th year, the ACLS fellowship program supports promising doctoral students in the humanities and humanistic social sciences with one year of funding to support completion of a project forming the foundation of their scholarly careers. This year, 64 graduate students will be awarded up to $43,000 for their final year of dissertation research and writing. Fellows will also participate in a faculty-led job market seminar to further prepare them for postgraduate careers both within and outside of academia.

Dean Mohammed Chahim is a 2018 DARE Fellow. Caroline Culp is a 2018-19 SPICE funding recipient.