The Tau Epsilon Phi Graduate Student Fellowship in Jewish Studies provides incoming students with two full years of funding and additional programming in support of their doctoral work in a subfield of Jewish studies. The program allows the Center and academic departments in the humanities, to recruit incoming students for four years, followed by four years of supporting their fifth years of study. The first cohort of TEP Fellows is currently finishing up their time at Carolina, and in 2023-2024, the first TEP Fellow for the second cohort will begin at Carolina. As part of our 20th anniversary weekend, the TEP Fellows gathered to talk about the impact of the fellowship and their upcoming career plans.
Learn more about the TEP Fellowship.
Shown in photo: TEP Fellows Jocelyn, Joe, Tine and Oskar with alumnus and former advisory board member Steve Nislick. March 2023.