Please note the revised UI compensation policy for faculty who receive Fulbright awards:
UI colleges will maintain the faculty member’s compensation level during the Fulbright Core Scholar award period through a combination of UI (reduced) salary and the Fulbright stipend. Regardless of the specific teaching/research obligations of the award, the faculty member will not be penalized for accepting the Fulbright award, and instead will be “made whole” for the period of the award. The instruction normally provided by the Fulbright Scholar will need to be met in her/his absence. Most often this will be accomplished through temporary reallocation of departmental/college resources to meet instructional need.
Because of the variation in duration and financial support, applicants should work closely with their department chair and dean’s office to develop a plan that fits the particular situation. Eligibility for these awards is limited to tenured and tenure track faculty. For additional information regarding these guidelines, contact Associate Provost Kevin Kregel (email@example.com). For assistance in preparing applications, applicants are encouraged to work with Ann Knudson (firstname.lastname@example.org) in International Programs, or with their departmental/collegiate grants administrator, and to contact the appropriate Fulbright program officers for more information about specific programs: http://www.cies.org/us-scholar-programs.
About the Program
Deadline: August 1
The traditional Fulbright Scholar Program sends more than 800 U.S. faculty and professionals abroad each year. Awardees lecture and conduct research in a wide variety of academic and professional fields. Applications for 2012-2013 program participation must be submitted on-line or postmarked by August 1.
For general program information and an online application, you may visit the CIES website.
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