University Archives and Special Collections is now accepting applications for the Dorothy Goodwin Keller Lectures Scholarship. The Dorothy Goodwin Keller Lectures Scholar will conduct research regarding the Keller Lectures, and contribute short blog articles pertaining to the lectures for the University of Hartford Archives and Special Collections’ blog. The posts will discuss the student’s interpretations, reactions, opinions, and/or analysis of the lectures. The Keller Lectures were hosted by the University of Hartford from 1958 to 1976 and covered a wide array of topics including race, visual/performing arts, domestic and foreign policy, criminal justice, international relations, and literature. The Dorothy Goodwin Scholar is expected to contribute more than 15 posts to the blog.
Hours: Approximately 200 hours of work from September 2018 through May 2019.
Award: $1,950 (paid out in four portions over the course of the project).
Requirements – Must be:
Preferences include prior experience with:
Students interested in applying should submit a:
to Sean Parke at firstname.lastname@example.org AND Amy Barzach at email@example.com. Any example of your writing is acceptable, but must be at least 300 words in length. The cover letter should include your qualifications/skills and why you are interested in the scholarship. Applications will be accepted until the scholarship is awarded.
Please feel free to address questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 860-768-4143.
This project is supported by the Dorothy Goodwin Scholarship. Students can apply for Dorothy Goodwin Scholarships to conduct their own projects by contacting the Women’s Advancement Initiative at email@example.com or learn more about the scholarship at https://tinyurl.com/yb2r64eb.