It is a pleasure to bring to the attention of junior faculty members the Regents' Junior Faculty Fellowships for the summer of 2020. These fellowships provide summer salary awards in the amount of $7,500 for junior faculty, to be paid on August 1, 2020.
The submissions are due by 11:59 P.M. on Friday, April 24, 2020.
- Eligibility is limited to academic year appointees in the ranks of Assistant Professor, Acting Assistant Professor, Acting Associate Professor, and, in the School of Law, Acting Professor. Individuals known to be in their last year of UC employment and those who have been recommended for promotion to tenure effective July 1, 2020, are ineligible.
- The proposed project should provide an opportunity for educational enrichment through significant research, advanced or independent study, or improvement of teaching effectiveness.
- Individuals are limited to one of these fellowships during their career.
- Recipients of the award are expected to devote their time exclusively to the specific effort funded. Compensation for additional work integral to the research or study for which the Fellowship was awarded is allowed as long as total compensation for the summer does not exceed 3/9ths of the annual 9-month rate. A recipient should not accept compensation for other University services, (e.g. Summer Session teaching) and should not receive other major support for the same period. (e.g. Guggenheim or Fulbright fellowships.)
- Priority will be given to applicants who have limited research funding available.
Submitting an Application:
The application, which will be accepted via a Google Form linked below, must consist of the following three parts. Please merge these parts into one PDF to be titled "[your last name].RJFF2020.pdf"
- A concise narrative that indicates how the proposed activities relate to the applicant’s current and planned research, as well as the anticipated impact to the applicant’s field of research. The proposal should be limited to three single-spaced pages with at least 11 point font and 1” margins. Any bibliographical references should be included at the end of this section (included in the 3 page maximum). Proposals should be understandable by colleagues who are not in your field.
- An abbreviated (two-page) current curriculum vitae.
- A letter of support (no longer than one page) from a senior colleague or academic mentor who is knowledgeable about the applicant’s field of research. If preferred, this letter may be emailed directly by the writer to email@example.com.
Any questions may be addressed to Yasya Goretsky in the Vice Provost's Office via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 642-7742.