Daniel J. Curtin, Jr. Fellowship
2018–2019 Call for Submissions
The Daniel J. Curtin, Jr. Fellowship Program ("Fellowship Program") fosters increased interest in the study of land use planning and its interrelationship with the law at the advanced undergraduate, graduate, and law school levels. Open to third and fourth year undergraduate students, master's degree students, and certain law students, the Fellowship Program offers a $2,500 stipend per academic year. The fellowship term is approximately ten months (the typical length of two semesters or three quarters), from mid-October to mid-August, and includes approximately 100 to 200 total hours of work. The fellow conducts his/her fellowship duties remotely, i.e., from where he/she lives or attends school.
About the Fellowship
The purpose of the Daniel J. Curtin, Jr. Fellowship Program is to foster increased interest in the study of land use planning and its interrelationship with the law at the advanced undergraduate, graduate, and law school levels. This will provide increased participation in the planning profession, and ultimately, greater service to communities across the nation. The fellow's responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, assisting with PLD membership recruitment and retention activities, creating web resources for membership, and significant involvement in PLD's Early Career Program Committee.