University of Vermont

George Washington Henderson Fellowship Program

Program Administration

Program Administration

The Henderson Fellowship Program is administered by the Office of the Vice President for Human Resources, Diversity and Multicultural Affairs.

Fellowship participants are provided with:

  • A 35k - 40k stipend.
  • A mentor in their host departments.
  • Professional development training, which focuses on scholarly productivity, teaching effectiveness, and time management skills.
  • Annual research travel funds (1k).
  • One time relocation supplement (1k).
  • Teaching and presentation opportunities.
  • An office with computer and access to a printer (provided by the college/department).

As part of this fellowship, the following are expected of Henderson Fellows:

  • Teach one course per semester of the fellowship year (determined by the department and Henderson fellow together).
  • Meet regularly with a mentor from the sponsoring department.
  • Attend at least two UVM professional development programs sponsored the Office of the Vice President for Human Resources, Diversity and Multicultural Affairs.
  • Present their research at an on-campus seminar.
  • Meet with the Vice President for Human Resources, Diversity and Multicultural Affairs twice a semester during the fellowship year.

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