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Current Faculty Opportunities

This page will be regulary updated with opportunities and events for current TTU faculty. 

 

Call for Proposals: São Paulo Researchers in International Collaboration (Proposals due 1/30/2023)

(posted 11/3/22)

Texas Tech University and the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) in São Paulo, Brazil have announced the 2023 Call for Proposals for the exchange of faculty and postdoctoral researchers under the São Paulo Researchers in International Collaboration– SPRINT joint program.

Texas Tech will provide funding of up to the equivalent of $5,000 per proposal per year and FAPESP will provide funding of up to $5,000 per proposal per year, for the duration of the grant (up to 24 months) to cover research-related mobility expenses.

All tenure and non-tenure track faculty and research professors from Texas Tech are eligible to apply for this funding. Faculty awarded SPRINT funding in the last cycle are not eligible for funding under this current cycle. Preference will be given to first time applicants.

Funding under this call for proposals is available for faculty in ALL DISCIPLINES.

International Affairs is available to assist faculty in making connections with FAPESP to identify potential collaborators in São Paulo. Please contact Vice Provost for International Affairs, Dr. Elizabeth Trejos-Castillo and Senior Director of International Programs, Ms. Reagan Ribordy for assistance.

The closing date for proposal submissions is January 30th, 2023. For more information, please visit https://www.depts.ttu.edu/international/intlrsch/Brazil@Tech/sprint.php.

Alumni College Fellowships through the Humanities Center (Applications due Dec. 9)

(posted 10/4/22)

The Humanities Center at Texas Tech is calling for applications from full-time faculty (including professors of practice and instructors with continuing appointments) for our Alumni College fellowship competition for 2023. The deadline for application is December 9, 2022. Awarded annually since 2015, Alumni College fellowships showcase the excellent research of Texas Tech humanities scholars. Each year, the Humanities Center selects up to twelve fellows, who receive funding and who present their work at Alumni College, a public lecture series held in conjunction with Homecoming in the Fall semester.

Fellowships of $3,000 will be offered in support of faculty research in any facet of the humanities. Proposals must indicate a clear trajectory of scholarly outcomes, with funds available as of May 1, 2023, to be used by August 31, 2023. Each applicant will be asked to provide a 100 word abstract, a 500 word narrative, a preliminary budget and an abbreviated CV. Fellowship winners from the previous year's competition (i.e. those awarded funds for Summer 2022) are ineligible to apply. Applications are to be made via the Competition Space portal: https://ttu.infoready4.com/#competitionDetail/1884055 

For more details, please see http://www.depts.ttu.edu/provost/humanities-center/AlumniCollege.php or email Dr. Michael Borshuk at humanitiescenter@ttu.edu.

Virtual Faculty Writing Group (Sept. 22 - Dec. 15)

(posted 9/16/22)

Join us for the Fall 2022 Faculty Writing Group! These meetings will be held virtually only. Meetings will start the week of Sept. 22nd and end the week of Dec. 1th. We will meet for 2.5 hours each week. Please complete  this form if you are interested in joining this group!

These writing groups are led by the Office of Research & Innovation (OR&I) and hosted by the Office of Research Development & Communications.

Faculty Novice Writing Group (Sept. 12 - Nov. 14)

(posted 8/26/22)

Welcome to the Fall 2022 New Faculty Novice Writing Group! These meetings will be hybrid with an in-person option for those that prefer meeting in person. Location will be sent once we confirm which day works best for most.

Meetings will start the week of Sept. 12th and end the week of Nov. 14th. We will meet for 2.5 hours each week.

Participant Requirements:

  • Faculty position for no more than 2 years
  • Have not submitted an (internal and/or external) funding proposal
  • Focus of this group will be on developing a research-based writing project for publication or proposal development
  • All diciplines are welcome 

Please complete this form to choose your preferred meeting time. For any questions regarding this semester's writing group, please email ord.vpr@ttu.edu.

These writing groups are led by the Office of Research & Innovation (OR&I) and hosted by the Office of Research Development & Communications.

Request for Proposals: Humanities Without Wall's Grand Research Challenge (Applications Due 11/15)

(posted 8/8/22)

Humanities Without Walls (HWW) seeks applications for the Grand Research Challenge initiative.

The Humanities Without Walls Grand Research Challenge (GRC) funds collaborative and interdisciplinary humanities research projects that demonstrate a commitment to methodologies of reciprocity and redistribution. These methods are at the heart of HWW's work to support humanities scholarship that is truly “without walls”; i.e., research that is not only publicly and community engaged but co-designed by all partners in recognition that expertise is located within not just within research universities but also in scholars located in a wide variety of institution types, occupational positions, and the communities.

HWW's third Grand Research Challenge will require applicants to build a commitment to methodologies of reciprocity and redistribution into their project design that is clearly communicated in their proposal narratives, regardless of the research topic or theme.

Why Apply?

The Grand Research Challenge provides grants of up to $150,000 over a two-year period (January 1, 2023 - December 31, 2025) for teams pursuing research with a commitment to methodologies of reciprocity and redistribution.

Eligibility

To be eligible for funding, research teams must:

OR

  • include participants from one HWW consortial partner institution and one or more of the following: Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs), including Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs) and Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs), regional and community colleges, and community organizations (excluding for-profit entities)

Questions about the Grand Research Challenge may be addressed to HWW-info@illinois.edu.

 

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