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From: Humanist Discussion Group <willard.mccarty-AT-mccarty.org.uk>
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Date: Sun,  4 Jan 2009 07:23:21 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: [Humanist] 22.420 doctoral fellowship in digital curation at UNC


                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 22, No. 420.
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        Date: Sat, 3 Jan 2009 20:49:57 -0500
        From: Hugh Cayless <hcayless-AT-email.unc.edu>
        Subject: The Carolina Digital Curation Doctoral Fellowship Program (CDCDF) NOW RECRUITING!


Begin forwarded message:
>
> The School of Information and Library Science (www.sils.unc.edu) at  
> the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill encourages  
> applications for Ph.D. fellowships in digital curation supported by  
> the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS)-funded   
> DigCCurrII project (http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/aboutII.html#cdcdf).
> DigCCurr II seeks to develop an international, doctoral-level  
> curriculum and educational network in the management and  
> preservation of digital materials across their life cycle. This  
> project will prepare future faculty to perform research and teach in  
> this area, as well as provide summer institutes for cultural  
> heritage information professionals already working in this arena.
>
>
> What the Fellowship Offers
>
> ·       A 20 hr/wk position as a Research Fellow for the Institute  
> of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)-funded project, “DigCCurr II:  
> Extending an International Digital Curation Curriculum to Doctoral  
> Students and Practitioners.”
>
> ·       A stipend of $19,000 for three years
>
> ·       In-state tuition and health coverage
>
> ·       Annual enrichment funds of $800
>
> ·       Extensive opportunities to meet key leaders in the Digital  
> Curation research and practice arenas through workshops and symposia  
> to be held at UNC
>
> Applying for the Fellowship
>
> To apply for the fellowship, please follow the regular application  
> procedures found on the SILS Ph.D. Admissions page. The deadline to  
> apply for the Carolina Digital Curation Doctoral Fellowships (CDCDF)  
> program is February 15, 2009; however, earlier applications are  
> encouraged. In addition to the required written statement of your  
> intended research focus, we ask that you write a separate essay  
> elaborating on these goals and how they are related to the goals of  
> DigCCurr II. Please send this essay in an email to Dr. Helen Tibbo  
> at tibbo-AT-email.unc.edu, Dr. Cal Lee at callee-AT-email.unc.edu, or  
> Heather Bowden at hbowden-AT-email.unc.edu, no later than February 15,  
> 2009. Earlier applications are encouraged. Please note that we are  
> only able to accept applications from United States Citizens at this  
> time.
>
> For more information on Carolina Digital Curation Doctoral  
> Fellowship opportunities, send e-mail to Dr. Helen Tibbo at tibbo-AT-email.unc.edu 
> , Dr. Cal Lee at callee-AT-email.unc.edu, or Heather Bowden at hbowden-AT-email.unc.edu 
> .
>
> Interested applicants may also direct correspondence to:
>
> DigCCurr II Fellowships
> School of Information and Library Science
> University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
> Campus Box 3360 Manning Hall
> Chapel Hill NC 27566-3360
>
>
> Dr. Helen R. Tibbo
>School of Information and Library Science
>201 Manning Hall CB#3360
>University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3360
>Tel: 919-962-8063
>Fax: 919-962-8071
>Email: tibbo-AT-email.unc.edu


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