Tim Lomeli (French PhD program) wins prestigious Kenyon College’s Marilyn Yarbrough Dissertation / Teaching Fellowship

Thu, 04/18/24
Tim Lomeli

Tim Lomeli (doctoral student in the French program) was selected as the recipient of Kenyon College’s Marilyn Yarbrough Dissertation / Teaching Fellowship. This fellowship is for scholars in the final stages of their doctoral work who need only to finish the dissertation to complete requirements for the Ph.D. It aims to encourage fellows to consider a liberal arts college as a place to begin their careers as teachers and scholars. In the past, fellowships have been awarded in: African and African American studies, American studies, anthropology, art history, Asian and Middle East studies, biology, English, history, math, modern languages and literatures (Spanish), music, religious studies, sociology, gender and sexuality studies. Tim will be living and working for one year at Kenyon College, where he will teach one course per semester while completing his dissertation on Caribbean Literature. Congratulations, Tim, we are proud of your achievements!