CAMRA FELLOWS PROGRAM
The CAMRA Fellows Program uses multimodal research approaches as a vehicle for undergraduates to reimagine what scholarship can look like and to explore doctoral education in the humanities and social sciences. The program is designed to mentor and support students that are underrepresented in the academy and whose interests include working in multiple formats and media, particularly film or video. Undergraduate Fellows develop multimedia research projects with ongoing guidance and support provided by graduate student mentors.
During 2016-2018, the CAMRA Fellows Program received generous support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The Mellon Foundation has recently committed to funding the CAMRA Fellows Program for another three years, during which we plan to further the program’s main goal of supporting underrepresented undergraduate students interested in doctoral study through multimodal research arts. We are preparing to invite a new cohort of students from in and around the Philadelphia region in summer of 2020.
The application for the new cohort of the CAMRA Fellows Program will be released in Spring 2020. Please visit the website early next semester for more details.
For information or inquiries about the CAMRA Fellows Program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAMRA Fellows Director: Dean John L. Jackson, Jr.
Graduate Fellow: Arlene Fernández
Graduate Fellow: Melissa Skolnick-Noguera