Fellowship & Internship Opportunities


Lillian Gary Taylor Fellowship in American Literature

Lillian Gary Taylor Fellowships offer visiting scholars an opportunity to conduct research using the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library. Fellowship recipients are provided with up to $5,000 in support (depending on the length of stay), a private study in the Harrison Institute, and access to the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, as well as the larger U.Va. Library. Fellows may choose to conduct research at the Institute for a period of one to three months.  Contact the Harrison Institute to learn more.

Scholars’ Lab Graduate Fellowship in Digital Humanities

The Scholars’ Lab is proud to host a fellowship program for U.Va. graduate students doing significant and innovative work in digital humanities.  Learn more »

Scholars’ Lab Praxis Program

The Praxis Program realigns graduate methodological training with the demands of the humanities in the digital age.  Learn more »


Digital Curation Services Summer Internship

The University of Virginia Library, a leader in the development of digital library initiatives and infrastructure and recognized for the strength and variety of its special collections, is excited to offer an eight-week summer internship to provide a graduate student with practical experience in both areas.  Learn more »