UD - Hagley Fellowships are offered to students enrolled in the UD - Hagley Program in the history of industrialization, broadly defined to include economic, labor and social history as well as the history of technology. Students prepare for careers either in college teaching or public history. In addition to tuition and fees, each full fellowship provides an annual stipend. All students receiving such fellowships will teach two, three, or four semesters of their stay in the program, based upon the level at which a Fellow enters the program.
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