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Last updated Tuesday, June 11, 2019 A Publication of the Office for Institutional Advancement

Faculty Resource Network Accepting Apps for Summer Seminars, Scholars Program

Applications are now being accepted for NYU’s Faculty Resource Network Summer Seminars, and its Scholar-in Residence program. Members of the FSC full-time faculty are encouraged to apply.

The Seminar Series (6/10-14), is one of the largest faculty development programs in the country. Each summer, more than 250 faculty members from Faculty Resource Network institutions visit NYU for intensive seminars that enhance and revitalize their teaching and scholarship. Within each program of study, a special emphasis is placed on teaching methodologies that will have a direct impact on the undergraduate curriculum and educational experience.

This year’s seminar descriptions and applications are now online. Application deadline is 2/11.

The Summer Scholar-in-Residence program (6/3-28) brings Faculty Resource Network faculty to NYU to engage in research, develop curricula, and/or produce manuscripts for publication. The program allows scholars to explore new dimensions in their disciplines, engage in intellectual exchange, and investigate resources not available to them at their home institutions, with a goal to broaden their own pedagogical expertise, enrich existing courses or create new ones, and expand professional contacts. Additionally, FRN faculty members are eligible for special summer residencies, including the Michael Fassiotto and Calvin B. Grimes fellowships.

Learn more and applyApplication deadline is 2/11.

For more information click here, or contact Dr. Jeff Gaab, 631-420-2206.



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