Brown provides many resources for current undergraduates and recent alums interested in fellowships. Fellowship fairs and information sessions orient students to the full range of fellowships opportunities and the nature of the application process. Panel sessions with students and faculty fellowship recipients help students understand the kind of work that takes place on a fellowship. Advising sessions and writing workshops help students develop their fellowship applications, while mock interviews hone students' communication skills for fellowship interviews. From finding the opportunities that match your interests and goals, to working on drafts of application essays, to practicing for interviews with faculty committees, we can help you with all aspects of the fellowship process.
Primary advisors for various fellowship and internship opportunities are listed below. Questions about specific fellowships can also be answered by the contact listed for each fellowship on the Find a Fellowship page.
Brown-sponsored and nationally competitive fellowships:
Linda Dunleavy, email@example.com
Associate Dean of the College for Fellowships
213 University Hall
Rhodes, Marshall, Churchill, Mitchell, Schwarzman, Fulbright, Truman, Beinecke, Udall, Goldwater, Baker-Emery, and others
CareerLAB - 167 Angell Street
Linking Internships with Knowledge (LINK) Awards for low- or unpaid internships
Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship:
Shontay Delalue, firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, Assistant Provost for Global
Victor Bramble, email@example.com
Fellowships and Research Peer Advising Coordinator
Curricular Resource Center - 228 Robert Campus Center