Lonergan Fellowships are awarded annually in support of research projects relating to the work of Bernard J. F. Lonergan, S.J. The Fellowships include a stipend of $10,000 a semester, or $20,000 for both semesters.
Preference will be given to scholars who have earned a Ph.D., or a similar advanced degree, and who will be able to be in residence at Boston College for one or two semesters. In addition to the stipend, the Lonergan Institute offers housing to a limited number of visiting scholars in a peaceful, communal setting located on campus.
Applicants should include (1) a curriculum vitae, (2) a letter of recommendation from an established scholar acquainted with the applicant’s qualifications and work, and (3) a 500-word research or writing proposal outlining the applicant’s project and the resources at Boston College on which it will draw.
These documents should be addressed to Dr. Jeremy Wilkins, Director of the Lonergan Institute, Boston College and emailed no later than January 15 to Mary Elliot at email@example.com.
Decisions will be announced by mid-March.
For inquiries about the Fellowship, contact Mary Elliot at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-552-2935.
Full or partial M.A. Scholarships are awarded to students interested in furthering their understanding of the work of Bernard J. F. Lonergan, S.J.
Eligibility is contingent upon acceptance into the graduate programs of the Master of Arts in Philosophy or the joint Master of Arts in Philosophy and Theology at Boston College. Your application for the Lonergan Scholarship will not be considered until you have been accepted into the graduate program in Philosophy or the joint program in Philosophy and Theology.
A separate letter of interest in the Lonergan Scholarship should be addressed to Dr. Jeremy Wilkins, Director of the Lonergan Institute, and emailed no later than February 1 to Mary Elliot at email@example.com.
The letter of interest should include: (I) a statement of desire to be considered for a fellowship award; (II) a brief statement of the source of interest in Lonergan studies; (III) the name of someone who is willing to recommend the student for graduate studies in Lonergan’s work.
Decisions will be announced by May 1.
Contact Mary Elliot at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-552-2935 with any questions, or visit the Philosophy Department website for more information on the graduate programs in philosophy.