Global Creative Research Faculty Fellowship
Please note this Fellowship will not be offered this year due to COVID-19 and travel restrictions.
The Virginia G. Piper Global Creative Research Faculty Fellowship is a competitive, merit-based fellowship of up to $8,500 awarded to any faculty or instructor currently teaching a course in English or Creative Writing at Arizona State University for travel, research, participation in residencies, presentations at conferences, or other projects and professional opportunities with a creative writing focus and a global component.
In place of the Global Faculty Fellowship the Piper Center will offer two Creative Research Fellowship this year. Click to learn more about the Creative Research Fellowship.
For more information, contact Assistant Director, Dana Tribke at email@example.com.
About the Global Creative Research Faculty Fellowship
The Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing is proud to announce the Global Creative Research Faculty Fellowship Program. This fellowship is open to all Creative Writing/English faculty, and adjunct instructors at Arizona State University. The fellowship award is up to $8,500 meant to enrich the depth and breadth of experience faculty have in their art with a potential impact to the ASU community and students. Fellowships are self-led, and may entail a residency opportunity, research, conference involvement, or project enhancement. Applications must have a creative writing focus
Funding & Awards
Fellowship funds are awarded based on the proposed project, not to exceed one year from the beginning of the project.
Fellowship funding can be structured as travel and/or research expense reimbursement. Please note: all fellowship funds are released on a reimbursement basis and must be justified within the proposed budget.
Global Creative Research Faculty Fellowship Eligibility
The Virginia G. Piper Global Creative Research Faculty Fellowship is open to any faculty or instructor currently teaching a course in English or Creative Writing at Arizona State University. Preference will be given to individuals teaching creative writing courses at the undergraduate or graduate levels. Courses may be taught in-person at any campus or online. Faculty and instructors of any level—tenured, tenure-track, or adjunct—may apply.
Please note: faculty and instructors who are also currently enrolled as full-time undergraduate or graduate students are ineliglbe to apply.