About IDEASc

Three year fellowship

This fellowship will support a diverse cohort interested in gaining both theoretical and applied knowledge of the following issues in scholarly communication.

One-on-one faculty mentor

Indiana University Bloomington’s Department of Library and Information Science offers IDEASc Fellows unparalleled opportunities to learn under the world’s leading researchers in scholarly communication.

Hands-on experience

Working in a leading U.S. research library offers IDEASc Fellows the unique opportunity to begin their research careers with strong grounding in the practical aspects of scholarly communication.

Team Members

Cassidy Sugimoto

Associate Professor, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University Bloomington

Julie Bobay

Associate Dean for Collection Development and Scholarly Communications, Indiana University Libraries, Indiana University Bloomington

Elin K. Jacob

Associate Professor, Department of Information and Library Science, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University Bloomington

Carolyn Walters

Executive Associate Dean of the IU Libraries and Executive Director of the Office of Scholarly Publishing, Indiana University Bloomington

John A. Walsh

Associate Professor, Department of Information and Library Science, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University Bloomington

portrait of Nazareth Pantaloni III

Nazareth Pantaloni, III

Copyright Program Librarian, Indiana University Libraries, Indiana University Bloomington

Application

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Please Note:
Applicants will need to apply to the PhD program in Information science following the procedures here. In addition, the student should send their personal statement, writing sample, and curriculum vitae or resume directly to Dr. Cassidy Sugimoto. Applications should be received no later than February 1, 2016.