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Visiting Faculty Fellowship Program

visiting faculty fellowship

The Inclusion Imperative’s Visiting Faculty Fellowship Program promotes inclusive humanities scholarship at UMBC, while supporting faculty at regional institutions who are committed to diversity in the academy and to the advancement of underrepresented groups in the professoriate. Full-time faculty from colleges and universities in the region are invited to join UMBC for one semester or one academic year as residential research fellows. The program offers the gift of time, space, and collegial conversation within a robust humanities center environment to scholars, who will in turn enrich UMBC’s community and expand the campus conversation surrounding inclusive excellence. Visiting Faculty Fellows participate in Inclusion Imperative Diversity Teaching Network activities and Humanities Teaching Labs, as well as works-in-progress talks, Fellows and Others workshops, and public events and symposia.

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