PPEH is now accepting applications for 2019-2020 Graduate Research Fellows!

March 18, 2019

PPEH is thrilled to announce that we are now accepting applications from Penn graduate students who have completed their qualifying exams for one-year research fellowships for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Current PPEH fellow Martin Premoli and Former fellow Luna Sarti Audio Recording
Current PPEH fellow Martin Premoli and former fellow Luna Sarti audio recording on the Schuylkill River


Each PPEH Graduate Fellowship carries a small stipend designed to support EH projects at the doctoral level, and, in select cases, for projects leading to a M.A. M.S., M.F.A, or M.P.H. The Fellows Program supports individual projects (either the dissertation or research in preparation for it) and convenes a year-long Collaborative Public Research Colloquium for PPEH’s Graduate and  Undergraduate Fellows. This colloquium is designed to facilitate alternative academic career exposure and trainings in public research methods with invited experts. It further provides Graduate Fellows opportunities to develop research mentorship experience; and to develop and execute cross-disciplinary, public engagement projects, including public writing on the well-trafficked PPEH Fellows blog.

Graduate Fellows' research should be related to PPEH's Annual Topic. In the 2019-2020 academic year, PPEH programs, research initiatives, workshops, seminars, performances, and public engagement projects will engage the topic “Elements.” Stay tuned for details on next year's public calendar!

Additional information on PPEH's graduate fellowships and application details