Barrett Emeritus Fellowship

The Emeritus College and Barrett, the Honors College at ASU, have partnered to support the Barrett Emeritus Fellowship. Each year, a member of the Emeritus College will be in residence at Barrett, teaching one 3-hour course, mentoring select Barrett students and lecturing. The Barrett Emeritus Fellowship award includes a teaching stipend from Barrett, dining vouchers for the Barrett cafeteria, and a Research and Creativity Grant of $3,000 from the Emeritus College.  

The Barrett Emeritus Fellowship is awarded through competitive application. Applications must include an Emeritus College Research and Creativity Grant (RCG) proposal and a proposal for a course that could be offered to Barrett students. Acceptability of the RCG proposal will be evaluated by the Emeritus College Grants and Awards Committee. Candidates with acceptable RCG proposals will be forwarded to Barrett, where the Fellowship awardee will be selected based on the suitability of a proposed course.

RCG-BEF Program Policies and Application Form