Internships and Fellowships
Internships and fellowships provide opportunities to develop the Keston Center and its resources and to advance your research. Please consider applying for one of the following:
Summer Internship Program
The Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society will seek a summer intern in 2021 to participate in a variety of projects associated with the processing of archival collections in Russian, other Slavic languages,and/or English; learning about the Keston Center; nd working with Keston materials in a variety of formats. Under appropriate supervision, this intern will be responsible for fulfilling a wide variety of tasks.
Email questions to Kathy Hillman, Director of the Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society, Kathy_Hillman@baylor.edu
Summer Teaching Fellowships
During summer, the Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society offers teaching fellowships to encourage the use of the Center’s library and archives housed in the Michael Bourdeaux Research Center in Baylor’s graduate and undergraduate curriculum.
- The fellowships are open to full-time Baylor faculty members (which can include tenured and tenure-track faculty, regular lecturers, and senior lecturers) and
- Graduate teaching assistants (teachers of record).
Past recipients of teaching fellowships who wish to explore additional possibilities are eligible to reapply. Preference, however, may be given to first-time applicants.
Recipients of the teaching fellowships receive a stipend of $1,000 (after taxes) and are expected to spend at least one week (20 hours minimum) in the Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society where they will be paired with an administrative staff member or librarian who can provide guidance on the Center’s facilities, collections, and services.
For additional information, contact Kathy_Hillman@baylor.edu.