JOINTLY SPONSORED GRANTS
Fulbright - University of Vienna Visiting Professor of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Mathematical Sciences
LENGHT OF GRANT 4 months
STARTING DATE October 2018 or March 2019
LOCATION University of Vienna
COMMENTS This grant is generously funded by the host institution
Deadline: August 1, 2017
Length of Grant: 4 months
Starting Date: October 1, 2018 or March 1, 2019
Location: University of Vienna
Benefits: €5,000 per month, a travel grant of €800, and health and accident insurance. Housing costs are paid by the grantee.
Language: Instruction is in English. Some knowledge of German is advantageous but not required.
Qualifications: Open to faculty of all academic ranks with a PhD, appropriate teaching experience, and relevant expertise.
Grant Activity: A flexible combination of teaching and research activities that entails at least two class sessions (90 minutes each) per week and may include advising or supervising advanced students. Format, content and level of the individual courses (advanced undergraduate and graduate) are negotiated with the host institution.
Disciplines: Applications are sought in all appropriate disciplines, but applications in the following disciplines are preferred: Humanities, Social Sciences, and Mathematics.
Specialization(s): The University of Vienna is seeking scholars to work with one or more of its departments associated with the Faculty of Historical and Cultural Studies, the Faculty of Philological and Cultural Studies, the Faculty of Social Sciences, and the Faculty of Mathematics.
Comments: Candidates should outline their teaching and research interests and agendas in their proposals. Affiliation for candidates with appropriate departments is arranged by host institution. Format, content and level of the individual courses (advanced undergraduate and graduate) are negotiated with the host institution.
The University of Vienna is seeking a scholar-teacher with a field of specialization in the disciplines listed above and is particularly interested in trans- and interdisciplinary approaches that might foster collaboration among the departments responsible for the above-mentioned disciplines.
Recipients of this award
- Jacqueline Vansant, University of Michigan, 2015-2016
- Stefan Bird-Pollan, University of Kentucky, 2014-2015
- Judith Solomon, Clinical Psychologist, 2013-2014
- Ivan Raykoff, The New School, 2012-2013
- Christopher Gauker, University of Cincinnati, 2011-2012
- Jared Klein, University of Georgia, 2010-2011
- Christopher Beckwith, Indiana University - Bloomington, 2008-2009
- Ronald Hrebenar, University of Utah, 2007-2008
- William Grange, University of Nebraska, 2006-2007
- Nancy Hargrove, Mississippi State University, 2005-2006
- Willem DeVries, University of New Hampshire, 2004-2005
- John White, University of Florida, 2003-2004
- Harold Kerbo, California Polytechnic State University, 2002-2003
- Anne Feldhaus, Arizona State University, 2001-2002