NCID Postdoctoral Fellowship at University of Michigan in USA , and applications are submitted till November 1, 2014. The National Center for Institutional Diversity (NCID) invites application for postdoctoral fellowship to promote the outstanding work of early career diversity scholars throughout the nation. This includes those who have recently earned a PhD, as well as those who currently hold early career tenure-track positions. Two postdoctoral fellowships, each for the duration of one year will be awarded annually. Each of the fellowships offer protected research time, faculty mentoring, and career development opportunities. Full details:
School(Institutions/ Country): | National Center for Institutional Diversity (NCID)
Level: Postdoctoral Research Program
Field(s): all disciplines available at NCID
Deadline: November 1, 2014.
Funded By: National Center for Institutional Diversity (NCID), University of Michigan
Beneficiaries(Target Groups): NCID Postdoctoral Fellowship is targeted for US and Non US citizens
‣ Award No: Two postdoctoral fellowships will be awarded each year.
‣ Scholarship Duration: Fellowships will be available for a period of one year.
‣ Scholarship covers: In addition to two annual fellowship positions, a select group of applicants will also receive one of three distinctions: -Exemplary Diversity Dissertations: Awarded to candidates who have invested deeply in diversity through their scholarship, teaching, and service, but who have also particularly distinguished themselves by writing highly innovative dissertations on diversity issues – which have been specifically lauded by reviewers in their fields. -Exemplary Diversity Scholars: Awarded to candidates with an established history of contributions in diversity-related research, practice, and teaching. These candidates tend to be existing PhDs, or early-career scholars with tenure-track positions. -Emerging Diversity Scholars: Awarded to candidates with outstanding potential to contribute to diversity-related research, practice and/or teaching. These candidates tend to be nearing the completion of their PhDs, or are in the earlier stages of engaging in diversity issues.a target="_blank" href="http://imageshack.com/f/ey8i1J0Kj">
‣ The National Center for Institutional Diversity (NCID) represents a commitment by the University of Michigan to affirm the central value of institutional diversity to the public mission of US colleges and universities.
‣ They support NCID Postdoctoral Fellowship and its sophisticated application to the challenges associated with meeting this commitment spanning the recruitment and selection of students and faculty, assuring campus climates that promote success, preparing and inspiring leaders, and reframing the complicated discourse that surrounds institutional diversity in a changing, politically charged national landscape.
‣ This includes those who have recently earned a PhD, as well as those who currently hold early career tenure-track positions.
‣ While looking for alignment with NCID’s priorities and strategies, a successful candidate will also be highly competitive for a tenure-track faculty position at the University of Michigan or a peer institution.
‣ This involves demonstrated excellence not only in the area of diversity, but also in the areas of teaching, service, and research more broadly.
‣ All postdoctoral applicants are welcome and they are especially interested in attracting national scholars who received doctoral degrees outside the University of Michigan.
‣ The criteria for selection is a commitment to diversity in your scholarship, teaching, and service, as well as fit within the mission and vision of both the NCID and the academic and departmental units at U-M.
‣ Applicants will be notified no earlier than Mid-March.
‣ Applicants may directly apply for the Postdoctoral Fellowship through the NCID Slideroom website.
‣ Once there, applicants will be prompted to create a user account to complete the application and upload all required documents.
‣ Required application materials include:
‣ Scholarship Applications are due on November 1, 2014.