University of Vermont

Faculty Resource Network

Faculty Resource Network 2017

The University of Vermont is a member of the Faculty Resource Network, which is a national consortium of 52 universities and colleges centered at NYU (New York University).

The Faculty Resource Network offers a Scholar-in-Residence program in which participants spend either a semester-long sabbatical or a month-long summer residency engaging in research, revising and developing curricula, and producing manuscripts for publication.

Additionally, the Network hosts a series of week-long intensive seminars designed to enhance the teaching and scholarship of participants at their home institutions. Interested faculty must apply to the seminars, and participation is limited to approximately 25 per seminar in order to ensure a focused, collegial experience.

The Network invites you to submit an application to participate in their 2017 summer seminars and summer scholar-in-residence program.

This is an opportunity to study a topic of importance to your teaching and research in a collegial environment. Successful applicants are provided with accommodations in residence halls, breakfast and lunch for the seminar week, as well as all the reading materials required for the program. These opportunities are available to UVM tenure and non-tenure track faculty whose primary assignment is teaching, and who have at least a .75 FTE for nine months or more.

Read testimonials from UVM faculty, who have attended Faculty Resource Network summer seminars and scholar-in-residence programs.

Last modified December 09 2016 10:51 AM