Fellowships & Scholarships

Fellowship Programs

Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows

Randall Library's Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows program aims to grow digital scholarship at UNCW by providing funding to faculty and instructors to support the development of new or existing digital scholarship research projects and pedagogical initiatives. Find out more about the Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellows Program.

Digital Makerspace Faculty Fellows

The Digital Makerspace offers a Faculty Fellowship to encourage UNCW Faculty from all disciplines to integrate the Digital Makerspace into their courses through project-based learning. Find out more about the DMFF Program.

Information Literacy Faculty Fellows

The Information Literacy Faculty Fellows are a core group of UNCW faculty and instructors who are interested in applying cutting-edge information literacy concepts to teaching in their discipline. The program is co-sponsored by Randall Library, the Office of Distance Education and eLearning, and the Center for Teaching Excellence. Find out more about the ILFF Program.

Open Pedagogy Faculty Fellows

The program invites UNCW faculty and instructors who are interested in using and teaching from open educational resources (OERs) in their discipline. Find out more about the OPFF Program.

Scholarship Opportunities

Anne Pemberton Student Research and Creativity Award

Developed in memory of our beloved colleague, Anne Pemberton, a fierce advocate for student success, the Student Research and Creativity Award is intended to promote undergraduate scholarship and creativity in the areas in which she was passionate. Find out more about the award.

Employment at Randall Library

You can find information about open positions for faculty, staff and students on the Employment page.