The Jay Information Literacy Fellowship is a paid fellowship with the IU Bloomington Libraries' Department of Teaching & Learning. This fellowship is for one Information and Library Science 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). The fellowship is for one year with the potential for extension for a maximum of two years. Incoming ILS students are encouraged to apply. This scholarship is made possible from a gift by Hilda and Ellen Jay.
Compensation: $6,500 per semester, paid in lump sum at the beginning of each semester that the recipient holds the fellowship. Additional stipend to offset costs to attend or present at one conference per year.
Application Deadline: April 2, 2021