The NDIAS supports research directed toward or extending inquiry on ultimate questions and questions of value. Fellows are encouraged to reflect on the broad questions that link multiple areas of inquiry and to explore the relationship between the descriptive and the normative in an engaging academic community of scholars, scientists, and artists.
The Institute encourages fellows to include questions of value, to examine how their findings might advance ideas, and to think through implications of present behavior for the future of the world. All who are distinguished and who have projects that are promising, as well as those beginning their careers and who have appropriate projects, are invited to apply.
Residential Fellows at the NDIAS receive stipends up to $60,000, subsidized housing, research funding, a faculty office at the NDIAS, including computer and printer, and multiple opportunities for engagement with other scholars and faculty of the University of Notre Dame. To learn more, click here.
Graduate Student Fellows at the NDIAS receive stipends up to $25,000, research funding, shared office space at the NDIAS, including computer and printer, and multiple opportunities for engagement with other scholars and faculty of the University of Notre Dame. To learn more, click here.
All application materials must be received by Thursday, October 15, 2015. Awards will be announced in spring 2016. Please direct questions to Carolyn Sherman, Events & Fellowships Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Originally published by Grant Osborn ’06, ’09M.F.A. at ndias.nd.edu on September 15, 2015.