The Augustinian Institute at Villanova University invites applications for the Patricia H. Imbesi Saint Augustine Fellowship for the Spring 2016 semester. Each spring semester Villanova University invites a scholar both to engage in his/her own research and to make it available to the university community by participating in varied conversations: with faculty, graduate and undergraduate students.
Responsibilities of the recipient of the Patricia H. Imbesi Saint Augustine Fellowship include availability for informal conversations (i. e., office hours), leading 2 seminars with faculty and/or graduate students, giving a public lecture on a topic relating to present research, and participation in the work-in-progress of the Augustinian Institute.
The semester stipend for a St. Augustine Fellow is $30,000. The Augustinian Institute rents a house for the semester – a benefit that is subject to federal tax law as imputed income to the Fellow. Medical benefits are provided by Villanova University.
This fellowship is open to a scholar who has a doctoral degree but is not yet tenured, this position will give preference to those applicants whose work is centered on the influence of St. Augustine.
Applicants [November 10-December 12] are to go to: https://jobs.villanova.edu/ where the fellowship listing can be found and the application process followed. Submission of a curriculum vitae, a description of the research project to be pursued at Villanova can be done there. A proposal for 2 seminars open to faculty and graduate students, and for a public lecture tailored for undergraduate students, as well as two letters of recommendation can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Villanova University is a Catholic institution of higher learning sponsored by the Order of St. Augustine. Diversity and inclusion have been and will continue to be an integral component of the university’s mission. Villanova University is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action employer and seeks candidates who understand, respect and can contribute to its Catholic, Augustinian mission and values.