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Fellowship Information

The Business Ethics Program at the University of Wyoming (UW), supported by the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative (DFEI), invites applications for AY 2022 Daniels Fund Faculty Fellowships. Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows advance the mission of the DFEI’s Collegiate Program, which is to engage students and university stakeholders through principle-based ethics education and thereby prepare them to make ethical decisions in their personal and professional lives. Further, fellows support and complement the agenda of the Business Ethics Program, led by the Bill Daniels Chair of Business Ethics, Kent Noble.

For their contributions and support, faculty fellows receive a $1,000-$3,000 stipend (dependent on project scope) and the designation as a Daniels Fund Faculty Fellow. Any UW faculty or professional staff is eligible for fellowship, though applicants must demonstrate that they have opportunity to shape pedagogy or stakeholder management within their role. Fellowships are awarded on an annual academic-year (9-month) basis.

Fellowship awards (i.e., $1,000-$3,000 stipends) may be received a maximum of two academic years. These awards do not need to be in consecutive years. Those seeking a second award must submit a new application and propose a new project.

All prior year award winners retain the fellow designation as long as they continue to advance the mission of the DFEI’s Collegiate Program.



Application Process

Applicants describe their proposed project(s) relating to a new pedagogical or stakeholder management tool, provide a detailed explanation of how the DFEI principles would be integrated into the proposed tool, the project’s timeline, and, finally, how the impact of the new tool would be evaluated. Applications are due September 17th, 2021 and will be promptly reviewed by a committee consisting of Kent Noble (Bill Daniels Chair of Business Ethics), Rob Godby, Interim Dean of the College of Business, and Chase Thiel, Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Collegiate Program Professor of Business Ethics.

The committee will evaluate applications on:

  1. Originality and quality of the project proposals
  2. Integration of DFEI principles in the proposed pedagogical or stakeholder management tool
  3. Alignment of the proposed projects with the DFEI learning outcomes
  4. Expected impact of the pedagogical or stakeholder management tool


Fellowship award decisions will be announced by October 1stFellows prepare a written report including the pedagogical or stakeholder management tool, complete a formal review of their effort, and deliver an oral report to their fellowship cohort at the end of the fellowship year.


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