Build Your CV With IHS’s Co-authorship Program

Are you looking to bolster your publication record?

Do you want to collaborate with an established scholar?

Do you need additional funding to support your studies?

The IHS co-authorship program can help by pairing you with a faculty partner to co-author a paper or serve as a research assistant. Please complete this application form if you’re interested in participating and see below for more information about the program.

  • The co-authorship program exists to support the research interests of our faculty and graduate student partners
  • All graduate students are encouraged to apply regardless of past involvement with IHS
  • Graduate students may participate as co-authors or research assistants
  • All program participants will be awarded a stipend for participating in the program and will be eligible for a bonus if the piece is selected for publication

The Process:

Step 1: apply to the program by completing this brief form

Step 2: IHS will follow up with you regarding your request and if accepted to participate in the program, IHS will work to find a suitable collaborator for the project based on your preferences and interests

Step 3: IHS will introduce you to potential collaborators and you should discuss the project with him/her

Step 4: determine whether the proposed partnership is right for you and if so, submit a performance agreement to IHS that describes the nature of the project, division of labor, and timeline for completion

Step 5: if the project is finalized and approved, sign a contract and complete a W-9 form

Step 6: complete the research project and stay in contact with IHS regarding the outcomes of the project

 

To learn more or to request more information, please contact Sam Teixeira at steixeira@ihs.gmu.edu

To visit the faculty co-authorship page, please follow this link.

 

The IHS co-authorship program has been tremendously helpful for me. It connected me to graduate students outside my normal orbit, it allowed me to see the innovative work of the next generation of scholars, and it helped my research agenda by putting me in contact with individuals with whom I could co-author.