Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program

The Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program provides support for a high-caliber scholarship that applies fresh perspectives from the humanities and social sciences to some of the most pressing issues of our times.  This program has been established in response to the “unprecedented threats to our democracy and the international order that need to be addressed by the best of our national talent.”  The program will award up to thirty-five fellowships of $200,000 each, lasting one or two years, that will enable recipients to, among other things, travel, hire research assistants, and take sabbaticals from their institutions in order to focus on their research.


  • To nominate a candidate, email Angela Mullis a letter of nomination, a one page description of the candidate’s work, and an up-to-date c.v. Self-nominations will not be accepted.
  • Website: Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program
  • Program Topics
  • Call for Proposals/Nominations: September
  • Internal Deadline for Submissions: October 16


Angela Mullis
Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs 

Associate Professor Pam McElwee Named a 2019 Andrew Carnegie Fellow