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The following pertains to all Postdoctoral Fellows in Data Curation for Sciences and Social Sciences, Software Curation, Energy Economics, Energy Social Science, African American and African Studies, and Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
Note: The link to the reporting form can be found on the Current Supervisors and Fellows page.
During their two-year appointments, CLIR/DLF Postdoctoral Fellows in Data Curation receive $3,000 annual stipends for elective professional development expenses. The stipend is in addition to the reimbursement benefits for expenses related to attending required program meetings. All benefits are contingent upon each fellow’s continued employment at their host institution under the terms of their fellowship employment contract or appointment letter. Use of the stipend must support a fellow’s own professional and intellectual development related to research data curation, software curation, or the curation of other digital resources supporting academic research.
Fellows must sign an agreement acknowledging proper use of these funds before they can receive the stipend. Stipends will be sent directly to Fellows on or around September 1 each year. Fellows will report on how they spent their stipends in their semiannual reports or exit reports due in June. Any unexpended portion of the travel stipend must be returned to CLIR at the end of the fellowship.
Stipends will be sent directly to Fellows on or around September 1 each year.
Allowable professional development expenses include those related to research, education, training, and attending academic and professional conferences. Examples of allowable expenses include but are not limited to:
Before using their stipend for expenses that do not fall into one of the above categories, fellows should write Alice Bishop at email@example.com requesting confirmation that their proposed expense is allowable.
Research activities connected to the curation of research data or other digital resources supporting academic research may include but are not limited to:
Education or training activities connected to the curation of research data or other digital resources supporting academic research may include but are not limited to the study of:
Travel- and conference-related expenses must be in accordance with CLIR’s travel policy. Allowable travel expenses include conference fees and actual transportation, food, and lodging costs incurred on fellowship-related business.
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