Applications are open for Doris Stone Post Doctoral Fellowship at Tulane University in the United States of America. The Doris Stone Post-Doctoral Fellows are intended to foster the professional development of gifted scholars, to enrich the Middle American Research Institute’s vigorous research environment, and to foster intellectual exchange among the Institute’s research community.
Tulane University seeks to support the development of early-career scholars from diverse backgrounds (including historically underrepresented groups and international scholars) who show promise as innovative researchers in Mesoamerican and Central American archaeology, an area in which Doris Z. Stone made significant contributions.
Applicants for Doris Stone Post Doctoral Fellowship at Tulane University will have the following qualifications
Tulane University is a private research university in New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane is the 9th oldest private university in the Association of American Universities, which consists of major research universities in the United States and Canada. Alumni include the former President of Costa Rica; twelve governors of Louisiana; one Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court; various members of Congress,[quantify] including one Speaker of the House; two Surgeons General of the United States; 23 Marshall Scholars; 18 Rhodes Scholars; 12 Truman Scholars; 155 Fulbright Scholars; and four living billionaires.
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