The Office of Faculty Development and Advancement welcomes all FSU faculty into a conversation about your career and awards. Local, regional, national, and international recognition benefit not only an individual career, but also an award winner’s department, college, and the university as a whole. Awards connect faculty to a network of awarded scholars and provide opportunities and platforms unobtainable through other means. We seek to promote faculty work for external recognition at each stage of career and we want to hear from you about your award aspirations.
Through individual consultation, Peggy Wright-Cleveland provides award information tailored to your work, application facilitation from start to finish, and peer review for proposals.
Peggy also provides small group workshops repeated each semester. Please feel comfortable attending award application workshops well before your planned year of application and attending more than once. With most competitive fellowships being awarded at 8%, it is common for faculty to apply more than once for a specific recognition.
These workshops are offered both fall and spring semesters:
The Fulbright Scholar Application workshop that was cancelled in the fall due to Hurricane Ian has been rescheduled for Wednesday, March 29, from 3:00 – 4:30. Come learn about the process of Fulbright Scholar and Distinguished Chair application and fulfillment. Registration requested.
Humanities Fellowships Application Workshop
The Humanities Area Fellowships Application Workshop that was cancelled in the fall due to Hurricane Ian has been rescheduled to Tuesday, March 28, from 9:30 – 10:30. Come learn about how to streamline your applications for the NEH Fellowship, the ACLS Fellowship, the National Humanities Center Fellowship, and more. Registration requested.