Penn Fellowships

Major fellowship opportunities for Penn students.

Program Key Criteria Deadline Month
Provost’s Graduate Academic Engagement Fellowship at the Netter Center for Community Partnerships 
New opportunity for outstanding PhD students whose scholarship significantly involves Academically Based Community Service (ABCS) and related activities, including locally based community problem-solving, engaged scholarship, service learning, and learning by teaching in public schools. Fellows participate in a seminar on community engagement research and teaching, research funds, conference travel support, and funding.
Doctoral students March 
Perry World House Fellowship    
Wolf Humanities Center Graduate Student Research Fellowships and Research Assistantship 
The Wolf Humanities Center is offers two one-year research fellowships and one graduate research assistantship to Penn graduate students in the humanities who are ABD and conducting research related to an annual theme. Research fellows receive $2,500 each and are required to attend the Center’s weekly Mellon Research Seminar and to present their work at one of the sessions. The Graduate Research Assistantship provides tuition and a stipend of approximately $25,500 and carries membership in the Center’s Mellon Research Seminar on Kinship. The half-time position requires 15–20 hours per week of service in a variety of functions at the Wolf Humanities Center. 
Doctoral students in the Humanities March
CTL Teaching Fellows