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Four Stanford Classicists win pre-doctoral fellowships

Apr 11 2016

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Stanford Department of Classics is proud to announce that four postgraduates have been awarded pre-doctoral fellowships for the upcoming 2016-17 academic year.  

Anja Krieger and Ava Shirazi have accepted Mellon pre-doctoral fellowships for 2016-17.  

The Mellon Dissertation Fellowships, which are generously funded by the Mellon Foundation, are awarded to advanced doctoral students whose work is of the highest quality and whose academic record to date indicates a timely progression toward completion of the degree. The 2014-15 stipend level for the Mellon Fellowships is expected to be $25,000 plus TGR fees.

Eunsoo Lee and Sienna Kang have accepted Geballe pre-doctoral fellowships for 2016-17.  

The Geballe Dissertation Prize Fellowships, endowed by Theodore and Frances Geballe, are awarded to doctoral students whose work is of the highest distinction and promise. The fellowship stipend for 2014-15 is expected to be $26,000 plus TGR fees. The recipients of these fellowships have offices at the Humanities Center and take part with other graduate and faculty fellows in the Center's programs, promoting humanistic research and education at Stanford. The Geballe Dissertation Prize Fellowships also provide an additional $2,000 in research funding.

For more information on pre-doctoral fellowships at Stanford, visit the Stanford Humanities Center (SHC) website.