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Fellowship Applicants: Library Support for Students & Alums

Meet with Librarians!

Are you a current student or alum thinking of applying for a fellowship? Wellesley librarians are here to help year round, including throughout the summer!  Make a Zoom appointment with a librarian! 

We can help you

  • identify and research potential mentors or sponsors
  • conduct thorough literature searches
  • locate relevant libraries and archives
  • explore international educational systems
  • investigate global sites for travel fellowships
  • learn more about a country's culture or history
  • think through any aspect of your proposal

 

We're happy to chat: Meet your Research Librarians below!

Your Research Librarians

There is a research librarian for every department at Wellesley!

Jillian Amaral Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

Schedule an Appointment

Email Jillian

Photo of science librarian Jillian Amaral in front of a bookcase
Daria Hafner Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, Sociology

Schedule an Appointment

Email Daria

Brooke Henderson Architecture, Art, Art History

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Email Brooke

Carol Lubkowski Music

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Email Carol

Sarah Moazeni Education, History, Jewish Studies, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, Peace & Justice Studies, Philosophy, Religion, South Asia Studies, Women & Gender Studies

Schedule an Appointment

Email Sarah

Laura O'Brien Classical Studies, French, Theatre Studies, Writing

Schedule an Appointment

Email Laura

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Karen Storz Africana Studies, American Studies, Cinema & Media Studies, Cognitive & Linguistic Sciences, Comparative Literature, East Asian Languages & Cultures, East Asian Studies, English, German & German Cultural Studies, Italian Studies, Latin American Studies, Portuguese, Russian & Russian Area Studies, Spanish

Schedule an Appointment

Email Karen

 

Acknowledgement

The Wellesley College Research & Instruction Team would like to thank the University of Chicago Library for agreeing to let us adapt their excellent guide

This guide is a work in progress. Check back for more information to come!