GlobalEd is excited to announce the establishment of a new Research Fellowship Program for early-career researchers designed to supporting innovative, introspective, and cutting-edge research in the field.
Applications to the Fellowship program are due by October 18, 2022 and include a $500 Fellowship Award.
GlobalEd Early Career Research Fellows (ECRFs) will have a one-year appointment (renewable for an additional year) and will contribute to the intellectual development of GlobalEd and associated projects, publications, and initiatives.
ECRFs are expected to write a series of essays/articles (at least three) pertaining to their research interests, to be featured in GlobalEd spotlights, publications, and galleries. They will also develop at least one online, asynchronous course pertaining to their teaching and research interests. Fellows will have access to writing groups, lectures, and resources and support related to academic and professional success in the field.
ECRFS will receive:
- A $500 Fellowship award
- 90% of any online course tuition in perpetuity. 3% of the remaining tuition will go toward the Uni-verse Foundation, supporting critical internationalization projects and pedagogies.
- Research and data collection matching and support
- Support related to publishing in the field, including editing, journal preparation, and networking
- Support for creating the online course and student recruitment
- Coordinated writing group
We are especially looking for early career researchers with interests in the following areas:
- Critical internationalization and pedagogies, decolonization
- Digital learning and pedagogies
- Assessment of internationalization and global learning
- Global citizenship education
- International student affairs and sense of belonging
- Internationalization of the curriculum – new approaches and strategies
- Financial affairs and planning for international education
- Among other areas…
Applications are due by October 18, 2022 with appointments expected to commence January 1, 2023 and run through January 1, 2024. Applicants should be early-career researchers, defined as either:
- Having completed a dissertation within the previous 5 years; or,
- Be an advanced doctoral student (ABD)
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, CV, and a one-page statement describing the course you would like to develop to firstname.lastname@example.org by the application deadline of October 18, 2022. Please direct any questions to the email address. Additional materials and letter(s) of recommendation may be required. We expect to make appointments by December 15, 2022 to serve a one-year appointment starting January 1, 2023 to January 1, 2024 (renewable).