Thanks to generous support by the Claus Halle Foundation, the Graduate Program in Global Media and Culture is pleased to offer two fully funded positions for the graduate study of German language and culture.
Claus Halle Foundation Graduate Assistants receive a 100% tuition waiver and a monthly stipend in the amount of $1270 over nine months. They will take a leadership role in program development activities related to German Studies and graduate education. All applicants to the MS-GMC German concentration will automatically be considered for these awards. Two scholarships are available for the 2019-2020 academic year and will be awarded on a competitive basis.
GRAs take a leadership role in program development activities that build essential 21st century skills in project management, teamwork, global competence, and professional communication. Projects will be developed in consultation with faculty and School leadership and may include the following: communications, marketing, undergraduate engagement and community-building, media production, grant-writing, project management, relationship-building with industry partners, Global Media Fest, Global Career Intensive, undergraduate tutoring, study abroad development. Workload expectations will not exceed 15 hours per week.
There is no separate application process for the Claus Halle GRA. All applicants to the German track of the MS-GMC and/or the MS-ALIS will be considered.