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Libraries Accepting Proposals for 2024-25 SCRC Faculty Fellows Program

Syracuse University Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) is accepting online application proposals through April 29 for two Faculty Fellows for the 2024-25 academic year. The Faculty Fellows program provides a $5,000 fellowship payment, a hands-on introduction to engaging with SCRC’s collections and ongoing class support for those interested in providing students with an experiential learning opportunity incorporating primary source materials as central to their course. Read more.

Applications Being Accepted for Lender Center for Social Justice Faculty Fellow

Applications are now being accepted for the position of 2023-25 Lender Center for Social Justice Faculty Fellow. The deadline for applications is Monday, April 10. The Lender Center Faculty Fellowship supports a two-year research project that examines contemporary social issues and develops innovative approaches to address them. The selected fellow will work with a team of student fellows to create an interdisciplinary research team. Read more.

NSF Requirement: Plan for Safe and Inclusive Working Environment for Off-Campus Research

Effective as of January 30, 2023, NSF’s new policy requirement states that there must be a plan for a safe and inclusive work environment created—and distributed to each participant—in advance of departure for an off-campus research activity. The creation and distribution of the plan is the responsibility of the award PI. To ease the administrative burden, the Office of Sponsored Programs has created a Plan Template for your use. Read more.

Physics Department’s Alison Patteson Named Cottrell Scholar

College of Arts and Sciences Assistant Professor Alison Patteson has been recognized with a 2023 Cottrell Scholar award, a prestigious national honor that ranks her among the country’s best faculty researchers and teachers from the fields of astronomy, chemistry and physics. A faculty member at Syracuse University since 2018 and a member of the BioInspired Institute, Patteson researches cell migration and how cells navigate and respond to their environment. Read more.