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Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellow Program

The Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program is part of the Faculty Diversity Initiative, which is one of many programs outlined in the JHU Roadmap on Diversity and Inclusion. The fellowship will support one or two years of salary and provide fringe benefits and a small research award for individuals who will contribute to the diversity of his or her division and academic community.

Applications for the program must be emailed to [email protected] by Monday, Jan. 15.

Nominations must be made by the Johns Hopkins faculty member who will be the scholar’s primary mentor. Nominees may be graduate students from Johns Hopkins or other institutions who have completed a doctoral degree or will complete their requirements by the fellowship start date; current JHU postdoctoral scholars, or individuals coming to JHU with postdoctoral training from other institutions, who received their degrees within the last four years; or professional applicants (who have an MD, JD, etc.) who are within four years of completing their professional or clinical training.

Nominations are welcome from any area of study, and priority consideration will be given to nominees in fields where there are fewer women or underrepresented minorities and to individuals whose funding has been exhausted.

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Kelsey Bennett