Full Graduate Fellowship at Regis University for Student of Dialogue & Deliberation
Paul Alexander, Director of Regis University's Institute on the Common Good, sent an announcement today about a full graduate fellowship that covers full tuition and benefits, AND provides a yearly stipend of $20-$24,000. The fellowship provides research and facilitation support for the Institute and serves as the event coordinator. Click below for the full message about this great opportunity.
The Institute on the Common Good at Regis University offers a full graduate fellowship to an individual interested in furthering their skills in the area of community dialogue, communal discernment, and/or deliberative democracy.
The ICG Graduate Fellow will provide research and facilitation support for the Institute and serve as the event coordinator. Fellows will be expected to enroll in a Master's degree program at Regis University. While currently there is no official graduate certificate in Community Dialogue, students may work with the Director of the Institute to design some special study courses that might be used toward the fulfillment of a degree in Nonprofit Management or Liberal Studies. These courses may incorporate some of the experiential learning involved in the work of the Institute. The position is intended to last approximately two years during the course of the candidate's studies.
This is a twelve month, 32 hour/week position, and the Fellow is
expected to take one course per eight week term.
In addition to full tuition and benefits, a yearly stipend of $20-$24,000 is available.
For more information, please email Paul Alexander at .