Sponsored by Undergraduate Education
Created by General Education in 1986, the fellowship is named for Alcuin of York (circa 730- 802), a leading figure of the Renaissance who brought about far-reaching educational renewal. The fellowships are awarded by Undergraduate Education and each recipient of this three-year fellowship award will receive an annual salary stipend of $3,000, and $4,000 annually to support the fellow's research.
Each year, one professor is awarded the General Education Professorship, formerly known as the Karl G. Maeser General Education Professorship. Candidates are nominated by their colleges each spring. The recipient is announced every fall at the University Conference. The professorship is for three years and includes a salary stipend of $4,000 with an additional $4,000 for annual research.
To see the full list of General Education Professorship recipients, click here.