Fellowship Program

The Humanities Institute is pleased to offer an Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship for the year 2017 for graduate students and post-doctoral researchers. Potential fellows are invited to submit an application for a project Fellowship that would expand the Garden's role in humanities scholarship.

Fellows will conduct research that involves innovative interdisciplinary approaches to areas such as landscape and garden design, environmental history and policy, urban design and urban social history, and cultural anthropology, exploration, botanical illustration and book-arts with a primary focus on areas that connect the built and natural landscape to the human experience.

Find out more about Fellowship Opportunities.

View the Humanities Institute's Fellows of 2015.

View the Humanities Institute's Fellows of 2016.