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