Program Description and Application

About the Program

Each year, through a highly selective application process, a new cohort of student fellows is selected based on the aptitudes of the applicants, the promise of their projects, and the diversity of their interests.

The aim of each project is to address an issue of significant human concern, of social, cultural, and historical importance; and to analyze it theologically.

Recent Projects:

“Structural Change: Constantine in the Early Church from a Eusebian Perspective”

AJ Degrado (MSB ’22)

“Integral Human Development and the Capabilities Approach”

Bakhita Fung (SFS ’23)

“Jewish Migration and Cultural Adaptation from South Africa since 1970”

Alex Cywes (SFS ’23)

“Theology and Morality in the Provisional Irish Republican Army”

Lily McGrail (CLAS ’21)

“The Paradox of Goddess Worship: The Idealization of Hindu Goddesses and the Disempowerment of Modern Hindu Women”

Tundaa Dorjnamjim (SFS/MSB ’24)

Fellowship Application Cycle

The application and selection cycle for the 2024 cohort is closed. Applications for the 2025 cohort will open in summer 2024.

Fellowship Components

Contact the Student Coordinators


With questions about applying, please get in touch with the student coordinators.

Email Student Coordinators