The Committee on Global Thought at Columbia University has opened its 2010 search for Post-doctoral Research Fellows. The four fellowship spots are available for the academic year beginning August 1, 2010. Fellows received salary of $55,000 which includes health insurance. Application deadline: November 15, 2009.
Global Thought at Columbia University Post-doctoral Research Fellowships
The Committee on Global Thought at Columbia University has
opened its 2010 search for Post-doctoral Research Fellows. There are up to
four positions available and we hope you will encourage your students to
More information on the Committee on Global Thought may be found at
The post-doctoral fellowship of the Committee on Global Thought at Columbia University brings
together an innovative group of interdisciplinary researchers from around the world. The Fellowship gives emerging scholars the opportunity to work with distinguished faculty and provides a space for collaborative research and publication. Global Thought encourages interdisciplinary, transnational research under three broad themes: Secularism and Diversity, Global Governance, and Poverty and Inequality.
Past fellows have researched topics including the local socio-economic consequences of global policy, the historical roots of identity, and the evolution of transnational and international political structures. Scholars from any discipline may apply, provided that they successfully indicate how their work will contribute to Global Thought's research themes.
Up to four fellowship spots are available for the academic year beginning August 1, 2010. The term of the fellowship is two calendar years, beginning August 1, 2010 and ending July 31, 2012. To apply please visit: CGT Post-doc fellowship Application Requirements Fellows are expected to: - Teach or assist with one undergraduate or graduate course, either of their own design or as specified by the Committee. When teaching, fellows are required to hold weekly office hours. - Participate in planning and execution of research workshops and symposia. - Present their
individual research projects. Eligibility International applicants are encouraged to apply. If selected, Columbia University will sponsor the appropriate visa. Candidates will be considered only if: - They received their first doctorate from a recognized university no earlier than August 1,
2005 (Those who have not completed their degree at the time of application must provide a statement from an adviser citing the expected date of completion.) - They do not hold or have not held a tenure or tenure-track position. -They can fluently speak, publish, and teach in English. -They submit an original research proposal.
Benefits - An annual salary of $55,000, which includes health insurance and other standard benefits. - Access to Columbia University libraries and computer resources. - Shared office space. - Eligibility for additional funding for special research projects. - Eligibility to apply for campus housing.
Priority Deadline: November 1, 2009 ($30 application fee) General Deadline: November 15, 2009 ($50 application fee) The application fee may be waived at the discretion of the selection committee.
To apply: 1. Complete the
Application online at http://cgt.columbia.edu/form/ Upload the following documents: 1. Curriculum Vitae 2. Cover Letter 3. Research proposal -not to
exceed 1500 words; -The description should include the background, nature, importance, specific objectives, and methodology of the proposed research project 4. Writing Sample - not to exceed 20 double spaced pages - preferably an article or research paper published in a scholarly journal - topic should be pertinent to the proposed research project - no books will
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