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Call for Applications for Greenberg Junior Faculty Grants
The Greenberg Junior Faculty (GJF) Grants are internal grant awards intended to promote high-quality scholarship (e.g., research, creative activity) by faculty members who are just beginning their careers.
Award recipients are provided with up to $6,700 to be applied toward course releases during the academic year and up to $2,250 for scholarship-related expenses, for a total award of $8,950.
Individuals eligible for a GJF Grant are full-time, tenure-track faculty members who will be within their probationary period, but not within their tenure review year, at the time the awarded funds are used.
The GJF Grant Review Committee is composed of four faculty members, tenured within the last five years, and is chaired by the assistant provost.
Applications for Greenberg Junior Faculty Grants are available at http://ned.hartford.edu/forms/Forms.htm and are due VIA EMAIL in a single PDF file to the assistant provost no later than 4 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 25.
If you have questions about the GJF Grants, contact Fred Sweitzer, assistant provost, at email@example.com or at extension 4504.