University Libraries is offering four fellowships at the Center for Southwest Research.  The application deadline is May 31.

The Anderson Fellow assists in promoting the CSWR's instruction program and other public services in collaboration with the CSWR's Head of Public Services.

The Juan and Virginia Chacon fellow will process the papers of renowned New Mexico photographer and author, Nancy Wood. Her work chronicles the daily life of the people of Taos Pueblo, Ute Mountain and Southern Ute communities, Colorado ranches and small towns, and Pie Town, NM in the 1970s and 1980s.

The main focus of the The Beatrice Chauvenet 2011-2012 fellow will be to develop digital resources from the collections of the Center for Southwest Research. Specifically, the focus will be to create Meta data catalog records for the J.B. Jackson Collection of digitized images, related to U.S. cultural geography.

The University Libraries (UL) offers a Digital Initiatives Library fellowship to work on a project that will:

1) Research UNM scholars and their scholarly output

2) Research copyright information for individual scholarly articles

3) Upload scholarly articles to the institutional repository (LoboVault)

4) Provide cataloging and discovery information for selected articles

5) Work with the University Archives in uploading born digital content

6) Assist the University Archivist is preparing collections for uploading into Lobo Vault

For more information on all four fellowships and an application form, visit CSWR Fellowships.