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Part-time Temporary Employment for Graduate Students in IU Libraries

Craig Fellowship

The E. Lingle Craig Fellowship is an exciting opportunity to acquire skills in reference and research support while also exploring an area of librarianship of mutual interest to the Fellow and the Scholars' Commons Department.. See this webpage for requirements, timeline, and previous winners: https://libraries.indiana.edu/craig-fellowship-scholars-commons

Jay Fellowship

The Jay Information Literacy Fellowship is a paid fellowship with the IU Bloomington Libraries' Department of Teaching & Learning. This fellowship is for one graduate student who has an interest in public services and/or instruction librarianship, with a specific focus on information literacy in the contexts of teaching, learning, and pedagogy (in-person and online). For more information: https://libraries.indiana.edu/jay-fellowship-accepting-applications

Funk Fellowship

The Carla J. Funk Health Sciences Fellowship is a paid, one-semester opportunity ($4,500) with the IU Bloomington Libraries' Sciences Department. The successful candidate will be passionate about the intersection of health disparities and equity of information access and how these may be woven into Interprofessional Practice and Education (IPE) to serve the IU Libraries’ Mission. Junior and Senior level Undergraduates and Graduate Students in IUB Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering degree programs with current or previous course-work and/or projects focused in health-related fields are encouraged to apply. For more information: https://libraries.indiana.edu/funk-fellowship-accepting-applications