RCAH Fellows

The Residential College for Arts and Humanities at MSU collaborates with The Graduate School to sponsor two fellowship programs.

2017-18 RCAH Graduate Fellows Application (due April 17, 2017)

  • RCAH Graduate Fellows
    • A graduate fellowship program for doctoral students with interests in teaching, learning, engagement, and assessment in higher education. The primary goals of the RCAH Graduate Fellowship Program are to provide professional and career development opportunities outside of regular classroom instruction for a diverse group of graduate students as mentors, tutors, and group leaders in various aspects of the RCAH and to contribute directly to the scholarship of teaching, especially in the areas of the humanities, world language proficiency, the visual and performing arts, and civic engagement. For more information see the RCAH Graduate Fellows web page.

  • RCAH Language Fellows
    • A language mentor fellowship program for graduate students with (near) native fluency in a language other than English. Graduate students selected as language mentor fellows have interests in undergraduate teaching, learning, and/or program development in world language proficiency. Language mentors are enrolled in graduate programs in the Colleges of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Arts and Letters, Education, Communication Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Music, Natural Science, or Social Science. For more information see the RCAH Language Fellows web page