MSH Summer Research Fellowships
The Program in Medicine, Science, and the Humanities in partnership with the Center for Medical Humanities and Social Medicine are accepting applications for undergraduate and graduate Summer Research Fellowships. The fellowships will fund independent research in the medical humanities and/or science & technology studies. Successful fellows will be required to present their research at a symposium during the Fall 2024 semester and to contribute to the MSH Research Blog.
- Graduate students may receive grants of up to $3,000
Requirements and Deadlines
All applicants must be Krieger School students or graduate students affiliated with the Program in the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology. Students graduating in Spring or Summer 2024 are not eligible. Students requiring HIRB clearance for human subjects’ research must receive approval by June 1, 2024.
Deadline for applications: Sunday, March 10, 2024, midnight EST
Decision notification: early April 2024
- 500- to 1000-word research statement describing the research to be conducted and, where relevant, how it fits into a larger research project
- Budget proposal and budget justification statement. Proposed budget items should relate directly to research and travel, such as transportation, accommodations and living expenses, conference fees, etc.
- Names of two potential recommenders, one of whom should be the student’s advisor (please indicate advisor)
Complete application materials can be sent in a single email to [email protected] by midnight EST on Sunday, March 10, 2024. Please direct any questions about the fellowship or application to MSH DUS Nicole Labruto ([email protected]).
MSH Graduate Student Liaison
The Program in Medicine, Science, and the Humanities funds a graduate student to work as a liaison between the MSH program and the larger academic community each academic year. The student’s graduate work should relate to the medical humanities or science, technology, and society (STS). A call for applications is circulated through JHU humanities departments each spring. For more information, contact the MSH Program Director.
MSH Teaching Fellowships
The Program in Medicine, Science, and the Humanities has funding to support stipend, tuition support, and health insurance for a limited number of TAs for MSH courses each academic year. We look for graduate students in need of support or who would otherwise be interested in TAing courses related to medical humanities and/or science and technology studies.
MSH also sponsors Dean’s Teaching Fellowships for graduate student-taught courses related to the medical humanities and science and technology studies (STS) each year.
For more information, contact the MSH Program Director.