About the Mellon-Hawai‘i Fellowship
The Mellon-Hawai‘i Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowship Program is designed for Native Hawaiian scholars early in their academic careers and for others who are committed to the advancement of knowledge about the Hawaiian natural and cultural environment, Hawaiian history, politics, and society.
Through the Mellon-Hawai‘i Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, doctoral fellows are given the opportunity to complete their dissertations before accepting their first academic posts; postdoctoral fellows are given the opportunity to publish original research early in their academic careers.
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We are pleased to announce that The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has renewed its support of the fellowship program for three more academic years: 2011-2012, 2012-2013, and 2013-2014. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and Kamehameha Schools supported the fellowship program in 2008-2009, 2009-2010, and 2010-2011. In 2010-2011, the Kahiau Foundation joined the effort.
For further information about the fellowship program, please contact Cortney Hoffman at email@example.com or at 808-887-6411.
Click here to download profiles of our Mellon-Hawai‘i Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellows from 2008–2011.