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Hilary Neroni <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 31 Mar 2022 19:35:15 +0000
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Dear colleagues,

Please help me distribute the following announcement for a fellowship at the University of Vermont. The timeline is rather quick but we are excited to have gotten the approval. Thank you for any help in spreading the word.

The Film and Television Studies Program at the University of Vermont seeks a fellow in film and video production. Applicants should demonstrate their promise as a filmmaker through evidence of their active creative practice and/or exhibition record. Candidates should be able to teach a broad variety of film and media arts courses, particularly beginning and intermediate production courses that provide solid technical and storytelling foundational skills. The Harris Fellowship will provide support for emergent filmmakers to teach and to develop a body of work with a reduced teaching load (one course per a semester) for the duration of the Fellowship.


The Andrew Harris Fellowship is open to those who identify as BIPOC, POC, and/or PGM and is designed to bring promising early-career artists/scholars to the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Vermont. The Fellowship aims to increase racial diversity at the University of Vermont, where in 2021 persons of color comprised 13.4% of faculty and staff and 13.5% percent of students. CASís strategies to address its goals with respect to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives include the recruitment of Andrew Harris Fellows.

Hilary Neroni

Professor of Film and Television Studies

University of Vermont<>

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