Doctoral candidates Wanda Henry, Rachel Gostenhofer, and Patrick Chung recently received prestigious fellowships from the graduate school in support of their teaching and ongoing dissertation research. Wanda has been selected for the Wheaton/Brown Faculty fellow program, which gives select doctoral candidates at Brown the opportunity to teach a course and participate fully in the intellectual life of the small-liberal arts school environment at Wheaton College. Rachel will be teaching her own seminar in the Brown University History Department next spring as part of Brown's Deans' Faculty Fellow program. And Patrick has been awarded a fellowship at the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America (CSREA), where he will continue his writing and develop programming for the CSREA that relates to his research.
These fellowships are all part of programs from the Brown Graduate School to support the writing and research of students in the advanced stages of their dissertations. Click here to learn more to about doctoral funding, and teaching and research fellowship opportunities through the graduate school.