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    Jessica Ty Miller
    Participant

    The Omidyar Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Santa Fe Institute offers:

    * transdisciplinary collaboration with leading researchers worldwide

    * up to three years in residence in Santa Fe, New Mexico

    * discretionary research and collaboration funds

    * a structured leadership training program

    * unparalleled intellectual freedom

    Deadline: 1 November 2012.

    Apply at http://www.santafe.edu

    The Omidyar Fellowship at the Santa Fe Institute is unique among
    postdoctoral appointments. The Institute has no formal programs or
    departments. Research is collaborative and spans the physical, natural, and
    social sciences. Most research is theoretical and/or computational in
    nature, although it may include an empirical component. SFI typically has 15
    Omidyar Fellows and postdoctoral researchers, 12 resident faculty, 100
    external faculty, and 250 visitors per year. Descriptions of the research
    themes and interests of the faculty and current Fellows can be found at
    http://www.santafe.edu/research.

    Requirements include a Ph.D. in any discipline (or expect to receive one by
    September 2013), an exemplary academic record, strong quantitative and
    computational skills, a proven ability to work both independently and
    collaboratively, a demonstrated interest in multidisciplinary research and
    evidence of the ability to think outside traditional paradigms. The Santa Fe
    Institute is an equal opportunity employer, and women, veterans, and members
    of underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply. U.S.
    citizenship is not a requirement.

    The SANTA FE INSTITUTE is a private, independent, multidisciplinary research
    and education center. SFI seeks to catalyze new collaborative,
    multidisciplinary research; to break down the barriers between traditional
    disciplines; to spread its ideas and methodologies to other institutions;
    and to encourage the practical application of its results. The Omidyar
    Fellowship at the Santa Fe Institute is made possible by a gift from Pierre
    and Pam Omidyar.

    For additional information or assistance, please email ofellowship at
    santafe dot edu or fax 505-982-0565

    #26207
    Jessica Ty Miller
    Participant

    Dear Level III Students:

    The Graduate Center Dissertation Fellowship Deadline has been moved to Monday, December 17, 2012 at 12:00pm.

    Attached are the application instructions and materials. We are moving toward an electronic submission process. Students will complete a brief portion of the application via student web and upload their application (cover sheet, proposal, cv, transcript) to a Provost’s Office dropbox. The link to this dropbox is included in the application instructions. A letter of reference must be provided by the applicant’s adviser, reference letters can be uploaded by faculty members to the same dropbox (see instructions.)

    Applicants must be Level III no later than the registrar’s February 15, 2013 change of status deadline. Students who are currently at level II may apply if they expect to be level III by February 15. If they are not level III by February 15 their application will not be considered for funding.

    On Tuesday, November 6, at 1:00pm in the Segal Theatre there will be an informational session for students interested in applying for the dissertation fellowships.

    The application consists of the following materials:

    1. Cover sheet (attached in both word and writable pdf format)

    2. Proposal
    a.) 9-page project description including a 150 word abstract (the abstract should be single-spaced at the top of page one). The project description should include discussion of the background, relevant literature, methodology, data, projected results, and a time-line indicating expected progress. It should be in 12-point font, double-spaced.
    b.) 1-page selected bibliography

    3. Two-page curriculum vitae.

    4. Current Graduate Center transcript. (Students may submit the unofficial student copy that can be printed from banner.)

    5. 1 letter of reference to be submitted by your adviser

    If you have questions, please contact Rachel Sponzo at rsponzo@gc.cuny.edu.

    Rachel Sponzo
    Office of the Associate Provost
    212-817-7282

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