SUNY PRODiG Fellowship Consortium - Call for Applications
The SUNY PRODiG Fellowship Consortium represents a collaborative effort of the thirteen comprehensive colleges in the SUNY system and is a unique initiative to increase faculty diversity on our campuses.
Eligible candidates for this two-year fellowship program include late-stage ABDs or post-docs who are underrepresented minorities faculty in general and women faculty of all races in STEM fields.
The focus of the collaborative is to introduce early-career diverse faculty to opportunities at a comprehensive college, and to provide outstanding mentorship and support to increase future success and retention as faculty. The program will provide intentional support toward degree completion, teaching experience in the individual’s field of expertise, and faculty development at one of the SUNY comprehensive colleges.
PRODiG Fellows will receive a two-year non-renewable contract, travel allowances, summer research stipends, moving expenses, and reduced teaching load. Annual compensation is competitive. Fellows will be paired with a campus senior faculty member to help facilitate integration and support, and will be a part of a larger cohort of PRODiG Fellows across the SUNY system who will meet (both face-to-face and virtually) throughout the two-year fellowship. The fellowship is open to a wide range of fields.
PRODiG Fellow Areas of Opportunity at SUNY New Paltz
New Paltz seeks a PRODiG Fellow in any of the following departments and programs within its schools. Descriptions in parentheses indicate specializations of particular but not necessarily exclusive interest within disciplines:
School of Business
- Business/Data Analytics
School of Education
- Literacy Education
- Math and Science Education
School of Fine and Performing Arts
- Music (Jazz Studies)
- Art History
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
- Black Studies
- Communication Disorders (Deaf Studies)
- Digital Media and Journalism
- English (Creative Writing, esp. Poetry; Literature, esp. Medieval, Early Modern, or Global Anglophone)
- History (New York State, Middle East)
- Latin American & Caribbean Studies (Political Science/International Relations; Interdisciplinary Position intersecting Spanish, English, and/or New York State History)
- Political Science/International Relations (Comparative Politics, Immigration/International Relations; Interdisciplinary Position intersecting Latin America & Caribbean Studies)
School of Science and Engineering
- Biology (Cell, Molecular)
- Computer Science
- Engineering (Computer, Mechanical)
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