Faculty-in-Residence

The Faculty-in-Residence program provides support for faculty to pursue scholarly interests in equity, inclusion, or diversity topics. We aim to support a diverse group of faculty scholars representing different racial, ethnic, gender, disciplinary, and rank-related backgrounds.
 

2017-18 Faculty in Residence, Julie Weise

The 2017-18 Faculty in Residence
is Julie Weise.

Julie Weise, Associate Professor of History, is developing a DREAMers Ally Training program for faculty and staff with support from DEI and the DREAMers Committee. Upon completing the training, faculty and staff will have the opportunity to sign a pledge of confidentiality and support, becoming official allies to UO students whose immigration status is precarious and/or who live with great uncertainty due to their immediate family members' unresolved immigration status.

 


Submit a Proposal for 2018-2019 academic year 

CoDaC, the Center on Diversity and Community, seeks proposals for Faculty-in-Residence for the 2018-19 academic year. The Faculty-in-Residence program provides support for faculty to pursue scholarly interests in equity, inclusion, or diversity topics. We aim to support a diverse group of faculty scholars representing different racial, ethnic, gender, disciplinary, and rank-related backgrounds.


Check back in Spring 2018 for information on applying for 2018-2019 academic year.
 

Eligibility: Current UO faculty with tenure-related appointments.

Compensation: A course release (up to $8K plus OPE) or overload pay will be negotiated with successful candidates and their Departments.

Application: In no more than 1000 words (three single-spaced pages),  please address the following issues:

  1. How the project advances the work of equity, inclusion, or diversity, with a focus on a particular strategy in the IDEAL framework.
  2. The innovation of the project as it relates to IDEAL.
  3. The sustained impact of the project in moving IDEAL forward.
  4. Project design including evaluation of outcomes
  5. Timeline

Responsibilities: The Faculty in Residence will be expected to: (a) participate in CoDaC meetings and monthly Division of Equity and Inclusion all-staff meetings to discuss the progress on their project; (b) participate in DEI-sponsored workshops or programs during the term that they are a faculty in residence; (c) make a presentation of the project during Spring Quarter; and (d) write a final report on the project due at the end of Spring Quarter.

Applications and inquiries should be directed to Vickie DeRose, Interim Director, derose@uoregon.edu