The Center for Research and Development of Digital Libraries (CRADLE) offers two fellowships each year to outstanding SILS graduate students. Students should have a strong interest in digital libraries. Usually at least one of the positions is directed towards work in technology development supporting digital libraries, so experience in digital libraries, databases, web programming/design, or metadata is helpful (but not required). Positions are also provided for students wishing to pursue specific digital library projects (please provide proposal), or to convert existing resources to digital libraries. CRADLE fellows are assigned to work on cutting edge digital library research projects under the mentorship of one of the CRADLE faculty. This is an outstanding opportunity for students at SILS, and CRADLE graduates have taken leadership roles in private industry and public institutions. Further details on the appointment can be found on the CRADLE Student Fellowships page.