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). 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: Approximately $6,500 per semester, half of which will be paid as a fellowship at the beginning of each semester (via the bursar) the recipient holds the fellowship. The other half will be earned via a paid part time hourly position with the IU Libraries. We also offer and additional stipend to offset costs to attend or present at one conference per year.
Application Deadline: April 28th, 2023