Center for Philosophy of Religion's Visiting Graduate Fellowship
Awarded by University of Notre Dame
To support research in philosophy of religion or Christian philosophy.
Applicant must be a graduate.
Applications should include a complete curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, a statement of no more than three pages decribing the project and one published or unpublished paper.
Center's endowment and College of Arts and Letters at Notre Dame
The University of Notre Dame began late on the bitterly cold afternoon of November 26, 1842, when a 28-year-old French priest, Rev. Edward Sorin, C.S.C., and seven companions, all of them members of the recently established Congregation of Holy Cross, took possession of 524 snow-covered acres that the Bishop of Vincennes had given them in the Indiana mission fields.