CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: UC Berkeley Faculty Leadership Academy  Fall 2020

Call for nominations for the fall 2020 Faculty Leadership Academy. This program, designed to grow our faculty leadership pipeline, is for tenured Berkeley faculty who are interested in developing skills and knowledge for leadership on the Berkeley campus. To be considered, candidates must be Associate Professors or Professors not yet advanced beyond the Step-VI threshold; please see the program website for more information.

To nominate colleagues, simply email their names and email addresses to facultyleadership@berkeley.edu by Friday, September 13th. In considering which faculty to nominate, please keep in mind that a primary goal of the program is to increase the number of tenured faculty prepared to lead large multidisciplinary project proposals and projects, to serve in administrative leadership roles at UC Berkeley, and/or to serve in other academic leadership roles.

From the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost.

 

 

Irving May Endowed Chair in Sociology

From the University of Richmond: “The Department of Sociology and Anthropology invites applications for a sociologist with a focus on critical race theory for a tenured position at the level of Associate or Full Professor. We are looking for a scholar whose research and teaching engage the social sciences and expressive culture — ideally music — and who can contribute to the development of programs in racial and ethnic studies.”

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Regensburg Leibniz ScienceCampus

Europe and America in the Modern World: Transformations and Frictions of Globality in Past and Present

The Leibniz ScienceCampus “Europe and American in the Modern World” invites international visiting fellows from its strategic partners to come to Regensburg. The ScienceCampus is a joint project by the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS) and the University of Regensburg. It is supported by a grant from the Leibniz Association. It will be launched in September 2019. The ScienceCampus seeks to strengthen collaboration between the Leibniz Institute and the University by creating a visible research cluster and an interdisciplinary platform for scholarly exchange in Area Studies. One of the main activities of the ScienceCampus will be an international fellowship program, involving both incoming and outgoing scholars.

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