Apply to Become a Sweetland DRC Graduate Fellow!

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Digital Rhetoric Collaborative (DRC) Graduate Fellows are graduate students currently working in some area of digital rhetoric who want practical experience in online publishing with a major university press and a website that serves the community of computers and writing.

Fellows will be selected by the editors and board of the DRC and will receive an annual stipend of $500 as well as recognition on the DRC website. Applications will be accepted annually on July 1, and the term of Fellowship is for one year with the possibility of renewal.

In collaboration with DRC colleagues, Fellows will be responsible for the completion of two DRC projects within the year. Typical projects include:  coordinating a blog carnival, extending the DRC wiki, enhancing the resources section of the website, or taking part in editorial work associated with DRC publishing. Fellows will also attend monthly online team meetings.

To apply, please complete the form below. If you have trouble viewing this form, click on the link or paste the url into your browser:
https://docs.google.com/a/umich.edu/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dEl0bHN2cUIyeVNjbm9jQVpNVFhnRnc6MQ

About Author(s)

Merideth Garcia is a PhD student in The University of Michigan’s Joint Program in English and Education. She is a Rackham Merit Fellow and a Graduate Student Instructor of composition and English teaching methods. Her research interests include multimedia composition across the curriculum, digital writing pedagogy and practice, and teacher education.

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