Funding and Teaching Opportunities

This is a list of current opportunities and financial support available to graduate students in the Department of English, including position descriptions, eligibility requirements, selection criteria, salary/stipend, and workload expectations. For further information, please click on the links listed below.

TEACHING WORKLOAD RELEASE

RESEARCH SUPPORT

  • Graduate College Fellowships
    This website lists a wide range of research, travel, and other kinds of support
    for graduate students at UA.  Eligibility and criteria vary.
     
  • Graduate Student Research Fund
    The Graduate Student Research Fund is set up for English Department graduate students to finance travel costs associated with conducting research or field work. Each graduate student may receive funding for only ONE research project per fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). The Fund reimburses a maximum of $500. Applicants are encouraged to match these funds with other sources of support such as the SBSRI Pre-Dissertation Fund, GIDPAC, or a GIDP student research support fund. 
     

Application examples are available here! Click recipient name below to view each Student Research Fund Application.
 

2018 Recipients:  Sally Benson (RCTE), Emma Miller (LIT), Dorian Rolston (CW, and Miranda Trimmier (CW)

 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

GRADUATE ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE TEACHING AWARDS

For information and applications regarding the awards below, please click here.

  • Barry Briggs Teaching Award
     
  • Julie Christakis DeFazio Excellence in Teaching Award
     
  • Difference & Inequality Teaching Award
     
  • Ruth Gardner Teaching Award
     
  • Johnnie Raye Harper Teaching Award
     
  • Tilly Warnock Summer Fellowships
  • Writing Program Fellowships

 

OTHER TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES

·         Literature Break-Out Section

SUMMER PROGRAMS AND OTHER TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES

·    Contact Writing Program for application details

o    Med-Start Summer Program

o    New Start Summer Program

o    Summer Teaching, Writing Program

o    Summer Teaching, English

 

 

 

Program(s): 

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences