Robert E. Bryan Public Service Fellowships
These fellowships have been replaced by the Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowships. This information is for reference only.
The Robert E. Bryan Fellowship Program awards up to four summer fellowships of up to $3,000 each to support innovative public service projects that address identifiable needs within North Carolina. Any returning, full-time undergraduate or graduate student at UNC-Chapel Hill is eligible to apply. Fellows work with community partners and faculty mentors who are familiar with their topics or geographic areas, and the students are responsible for the major project planning and implementation. The fellowships are named in honor of alumnus Robert Emmet Bryan (1904-1975), a native of Newton Grove, North Carolina, who was a strong supporter of public service.
The Carolina Center for Public Service strengthens the University's public service commitment by promoting scholarship and service that are responsive to the concerns of the state and contribute to the common good.