The George Lyndon Hick Fellowship at National Library Singapore
The National Library, Singapore has launched a new fellowship programme: the George Lyndon Hicks Fellowship for Southeast Asia Collections (GLHF).
The GLHF aims to attract top tier professionals to work with the National Library, Singapore (NLS) to develop its collections on Singapore and Southeast Asia. Through the Fellowship, NLS also aims to foster partnerships with collectors worldwide.
We welcome talented librarians, researchers, curators, archivists and collectors to collaborate with us to enrich the library’s Asia-centric collections and resources.
Terms of the Award
The award of the Fellowship is for a minimum of six (6) months, with Fellows given the flexibility to split up the six (6) month Fellowship term into two (2) blocks of two-to-three (2-3) months during the year of the Fellowship. Up to three Fellows will be awarded every year. If there are no worthy candidates, no award will be made. Any potential conflict of interest must be declared at the point of application.
A stipend of up to a maximum of S$5,000 per month will be provided to help GLH Fellows meet living expenses, local transportation and photocopying expenses. Overseas Fellows will be provided with the following additional allowances on a case-by-case basis:
a. One-time relocation package to Singapore of up to a maximum of S$3,000.
b. One-time return economy air ticket of up to a maximum of S$5,000. Exceptions can be made on a case-by-case basis if the lowest prevailing market rates for airfares still exceed the above capped amounts at time of purchase.
c. Monthly accommodation allowance of up to a maximum of S$5,000/month subject to market rates and approval from the Evaluation Committee.
Application closes on 8th April 2015. Instructions on how to apply and other details about the Fellowship can be found here