Carter G. Woodson Postdoctoral Fellowships
SIF173 Carter G. Woodson Postdoctoral Fellowships
Project Manager: Tammy McHale
Approved: December 2020
This award provides funding to create a quasi-endowment in support of the Carter G. Woodson postdoctoral fellowship program.
Project Dates: 1/01/2021 – 12/31/2023
Funding Awarded: $7,000,000
One of the goals of the 2030 Strategic Plan is to recruit and retail excellent and diverse faculty. Recruiting post-doctoral fellow is key component of this goal. In addition, supporting outstanding and diverse post-doctoral fellows helps to expand the number of faculty to fulfill the original goal. Since its inception in 1981, the Woodson Institute’s Residential Fellowship Program has attracted outstanding scholars in the humanities and social sciences who work on a wide array of topics in African-American and African Studies, as well as related fields. These two-year fellowships are designed to facilitate the writing of manuscripts and provide successful applicants the opportunity to discuss and exchange works-in-progress both with each other and the larger intellectual community of the University.