Applications for the 2022 cohort will open on September 7, 2021 and close on October 15, 2021. The new cohort will be announced in early November. 

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Eligibility

Applicants must be tenure-track assistant or associate professors, and must be able to attend the program retreats in their entirety.

Application

Applications must include:

  • A short statement describing how this fellowship will contribute to the growth of your career and research, as well as details the goals you wish to pursue with the aid of this training
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • One supporting letter from a tenured CU Boulder faculty member

Criteria for Evaluation

Note
Letters should highlight the applicant's potential to lead significant collaborative projects, develop vision and deliver novel and impactful scholarly work.
 
  • Demonstration of Leadership and Collaborative Potential 
    Vision, inspiration, collaboration and interpersonal intelligence
  • Demonstration of Service 
    Ability to engage in roles that serve a broad community
  • Demonstration of Research
    Novelty, creativity, interdisciplinary, collaborative work, publication and follow through

** We recognize the value of having a rich diversity of disciplines and perspectives represented in our cohort, thus we strongly encourage candidates to apply across the campus.

** Applicants who have family or dependent care needs should speak to Kirsten Rowell about accommodations and ways to support you during our retreats.  

Questions? Please contact Program Director Kirsten Rowell:  kirsten.rowell@colorado.edu.