Koch/ CU Denver History Dept. 2014-15 Fellowships at
the History Colorado Museum
Don Koch, a historian and author, established the Donald Warner Koch
Colorado History Fund, which endows two fellowships for CU-Denver graduate
students and highly qualified undergraduates enrolled in history programs.
Fellows gain training and experience in archival management, collections
management, education, historic preservation, librarianship, museum studies,
public history and publications. Don passed in 2000 but left these fellowships to
encourage future Colorado historians.
Koch Fellowships pay two student fellows $5,000 a year each to spend an
average of 8 hours a week at History Colorado under the direction of Dr. William
J. Convery, State Historian.
To apply, submit by March 17, 2014:
- 1) Letter of application addressing your interest in Colorado history and howthis fellowship will advance your education
- 2) Résumé with two references
- 3) Transcript
- 4) Writing sample of 3-4 pages
Applicants must be currently enrolled in a graduate or undergraduate history
degree program. Interview required.
Please submit your hard copy applications to CU Denver Koch Fellow
Coordinator Prof. Tom Noel, 303-556-2044 or firstname.lastname@example.org. King
Center 546, Campus Box 182
by March 17, 2014.