Faculty Research Fellowships

 

Opportunities for Faculty -- Valente Center for the Arts & Sciences

Faculty Research Fellowships  

Every year, the Valente Center invites applications from faculty members for research fellowships.  These fellowships provide one or two course-releases for faculty members to complete a research project.  The primary goal of the fellowship program is to support faculty members engaged in innovative, rigorous, and diverse arts & sciences research.  Other goals include encouraging cross-disciplinary conversation and collaboration among Bentley faculty members and promoting the work of Bentley’s arts & sciences faculty beyond the campus.  Faculty Research Fellowships are available to fulltime faculty at all levels; tenure- track faculty members are especially encouraged to apply.

Deadline:  Late January

Past Faculty Research Fellows

2011-2012 Internal Research Fellows 

Benjamin S. Aslinger, English and Media Studies
P. Thompson Davis, Natural Sciences
Dominique Haughton,  Mathematical Sciences
Robin Reames-Henry, English and Media Studies

2010-2011 Internal Research Fellows
Alina Chircu, Information and Process Management
Angma Jhala, History
Randall Nichols, English and Media Studies

2009-2010 Internal Research Fellows
Scott Boss, Accountancy
Angela Garcia,  Sociology
Axel Seemann, Philosophy

2008-2009 Internal Fellows
Juliet Gainsborough, International Studies
Jennifer Gillan,  English
Sheila Moeschen,  Woman’s Leadership Institute
Heide Solbrig, English
Scott Sumner, Economics

2007-2008 – Internal Fellows

Chris Beneke, History  

Jeff Gulati, International Studies   

Dominique Haughton, Mathematical Sciences   

Ranjoo Herr, Philosophy  

Anna Siomopoulos, English    

 

2006-2007 – Internal Fellows

Gary David, Sociology

Samir Dayal, English

Bonnie Field, International Studies

Kristin Sorensen, International Studies