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Junior Faculty Development Leave Awards

2017–18

Application deadline: October 3, 2016

Guidelines:
Conditions | Eligibility | Application | Selection Process

We are pleased to announce the start of the annual selection process for Junior Faculty Development Leave Awards. Faculty selected are offered a semester’s leave at full salary during which they are released from all teaching and service obligations to the college. Awards may be used for either the fall or spring semester of the 2017–18 academic year.

Junior faculty members often assume such heavy responsibilities for teaching and service that their scholarly or artistic development may be impeded at just the moment in their careers when renewal and tenure decisions require evidence of significant achievement. These awards are, in effect, internal fellowships that provide an opportunity for junior, untenured faculty to concentrate exclusively on advancing or completing an important professional or scholarly project.

This program is an important opportunity for the advancement of our junior faculty, and we encourage all who are eligible, including prior candidates, to apply. We regret that late, incomplete, or ineligible applications will have to be returned.

Guidelines for Purchase College
Junior Faculty Development Leave Awards

1. Conditions

2. Eligibility

3. Application

4. Selection Process

Updated May 10, 2016

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Junior Faculty Development Leave Award Recipients



Congratulations to the 2016–17
Junior Faculty Development Leave Award recipients!

Michel Bell-Smith
New Media

Cédric Ceulemans
Economics

Donna Cornachio
Journalism

Anthony Domestico
Literature

Ager Gondra
Language and Culture

Yanine Hess
Psychology

Mark Jonas
Biology

Shruti Rajagapolan
Economics

Liza Steele
Sociology

Hakan Topol
New Media and Graphic Design