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Published May 22, 2022
The University of Wyoming’s Office of the President is seeking applicants from among UW’s faculty for a new Presidential Fellows Program.
The program is designed to stimulate and facilitate projects by faculty members to help realize institutional goals. The faculty selected by the president as fellows will work in close collaboration with the Office of the President and other university offices to develop projects that enhance the academic, research, economic development and civic engagement missions of the university.
“I’m excited about this opportunity to further engage UW faculty expertise as we participate in a campuswide effort to envision UW’s future; identify challenges; celebrate the potential and successes we already have; and then weave that all into a real action plan we can all work toward,” President Ed Seidel says.
To be considered, an applicant must:
-- Be a full-time UW faculty member. Leadership experience is preferred, but not required.
-- Have a proven track record of scholarly activities.
-- Have a record of team building between various constituencies and the larger community and a commitment to shared governance.
-- Have an understanding of contemporary public higher education.
The Presidential Fellows Program is funded by the Office of the President, and the time commitment can vary from four to 20 hours per week. The length of the fellowship is expected to be a full academic year, full calendar year or another 12-month period.
For more information, including details on how to apply, go to www.uwyo.edu/president/faculty-fellow.