To be eligible, applicants must hold a M.D. or D.O. degree (or equivalent if the medical degree was obtained outside of the U.S.), must hold the rank of associate or full professor, and have some level of administrative experience in personnel and budget management.
A selection committee will be appointed to review applications and select the Evans Fellow. Particular attention will be paid to succession planning needs in the selection process.
Note, the Kelley Business of Medicine MBA program requires the following for acceptance into their program:
Applicants for the Evans Fellow do not need to complete duplicate steps in applying for both the Evans Fellowship Program and the MBA program. The Kelley Business of Medicine MBA program has agreed to allow the Evans Fellow to submit his/her personal statement, CV, and letters of recommendation to the Evans Fellowship application portal. Once the Fellow is selected by the Evans Fellowship Selection Committee, materials will be delivered to the Kelly MBA program director. The selected fellow will then need to complete the online application form and submit his/her medical school transcript only. The Kelley School has agreed to waive the application fee for the selected Evans Fellow.
When completing the personal statement for the Evans Fellowship, applicants should address the questions below. The personal statement should be no more than 3 pages (single spaced 12 point font).
Information for the three letters of recommendation for the Evans Fellowship program:
The Kelley Business of Medicine MBA program application deadline is July 15th each year. Therefore, the Evans Fellow application materials are due by June 1st of each year to allow time weeks for the selection committee to review materials, select the nominee, and submit materials to Kelley.