Lecturships And Visitors
This webpage is a sub-collection of the Grant Programs webpage. The links on this webpage are on the topic of attaining funding to bring in a distinguished lecturer or to be a visiting scholar.
“The ADVANCE Distinguished Lectureships were to support campus visits by up to 10 senior women faculty or underrepresented minority faculty a year. Distinguished Lectureships had previously been awarded to science and engineering departments hosting only senior women scientists or engineers. However, as part of ACES ongoing efforts to extend climate change initiatives university wide, in later years we invited faculty from all disciplines at the university to nominate senior women and under represented mino
Professional development grants are available to offset costs of meeting with a mentor who is not at NDSU, to undertake research, or to establish and maintain relationships with relevant professionals outside NDSU. These grants will supplement other sources ...
The purpose of this program is to bring distinguished female scientists and engineers to the UAB campus in order to increase the visibility of women scholars within the hosting department/school and to provide UAB faculty with the opportunity to interact with these scholars.
The aim of the program is to provide career development through mentoring relationships with off-campus science leaders who will provide advice and facilitate the formation of collaborative research efforts.