The Tashjian Study Fellowship provides support for a student who has demonstrated interest in Anglo-Saxon studies or manuscript research and who is enrolled in the M.A. in Medieval Studies program at Western Michigan University.
Typically the recipient of the Fellowship will conduct research at a major library, or take appropriate courses in a recognized program, or pursue an organized plan of study/travel during during the summer of any given year. It is not required that the recipient earn academic credit while holding the Fellowship; it is required that s/he write a report on her/his activities while a Fellow, and that the report be filed within ninety days after her/his return to Western Michigan University.
To be eligible for the Fellowship a student must have successfully completed at least 12 graduate-level credits of course work in the M.A. program.
The deadline for applications for the Tashjian Study Fellowship is March 15 of the year for which the Fellowship is sought. Applicants must submit the following to the Director of the Medieval Institute:
(in reverse chronological order)