DEADLINE EXTENDED: Apply to Be a Sweetland DRC Graduate Fellow for 2021/2022!

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Digital Rhetoric Collaborative (DRC) Graduate Fellows are graduate students currently doing research in some area of digital rhetoric who seek professional development 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 anĀ award of $500 as well as recognition on the DRC website. Applications will be accepted until Friday, July 30, and the term of Fellowship is for one year with the possibility of renewal for one additional year.

In collaboration with DRC colleagues, Fellows will have the opportunity to incorporate their research interests into DRC projects for publication on our website. Typical projects may include: coordinating a blog carnival, extending the DRC wiki, enhancing the resources section of the website, or taking part in editorial activities associated with DRC publishing. Fellows may also participate in regular team meetings to collaborate and receive feedback on their research and projects in progress. International Fellows’ contributions may be personalized to observe relevant visa regulations.

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

Jathan Day

Jathan Day is the Graduate Administrative and Editorial Associate for the DRC. He is a PhD candidate in the Joint Program in English and Education at the University of Michigan. Jathan's research interests include course management systems, digital literacies, online pedagogy, disability studies, and reading practices.

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