The application period for the MMUF Class of 2024 has closed. Thank you to all the students who applied, and the faculty who wrote letters of recommendation on their behalf!
The application period for MMUF occurs annually in early March. All students are welcome to apply for MMUF, though applications are particularly encouraged from Black/African Americans, Latinos and Latinas, Native Americans, and other underrepresented minorities.
The application is submitted online and consists of two essays, an unofficial transcript, and two faculty letters of recommendation. Please plan to complete your essays before you start your application. You can read more about the essays in the Application Information sheet.
Faculty can submit a letter of recommendation for any applicant by sending their letter as an email attachment to Rachel Weeks
The following criteria are weighed in selecting participants for MMUF:
- Strong academic promise/standing
- Interest in pursuing Ph.D. and an academic career in a Mellon approved field of study
- Demonstrated commitment to the goals of MMUF
- Race and ethnicity, in relation to their underrepresentation in designated fields of study
- Potential to serve as a mentor and teacher for a wide variety of students
- Availability for, and commitment to, full and enthusiastic participation in all aspects of the MMUF program, including attendance at conferences and meetings
- Status as a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or DACA student
Associate Professor, History
Administrative Coordinators (interim)
Administrative Coordinator, Kofi Annan Institute for Global Citizenship
Department Coordinator, Kofi Annan Institute for Global Citizenship