DIB Graduate Student Fellows Program

The Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DIB) Graduate Student Fellows Program is a project-based pilot initiative within the FAS.  DIB Program Fellows will work in conjunction with faculty on department and area DIB projects and participate as a cohort in centralized training. Projects may address different areas including, but not limited to, culture, recruitment, community-building, curriculum, or climate. Based on the type of project, the DIB Program Fellows  will also engage with the GSAS Office of Diversity and Minority Affairs (ODMA) or with the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning.  


The program will provide valuable professional development for graduate students, further planned DIB work in departments and areas, and improve courses by promoting inclusive teaching practices and curriculum development. During the pilot phase, up to 10 fellows per academic year will be selected.


The fellowship is open to all FAS departments and areas, and all GSAS students in FAS programs.


Interested departments and areas may access the application to host a DIB Fellow at http://tiny.cc/host-dib-fellow.