PURPOSE: The purpose of QuanTM’s fellowship is flexible; our only requirement is that each faculty fellow support quantitative, empirical, or theoretical work in some fashion. Potential fellow activities include, but are not limited to, engaging in quantitatively oriented research, delivering lectures to faculty and students, or participating in QuanTM workshops and speaking events. The Institute seeks faculty fellows who will promote quantitative literacy at Emory, as well as enrich the synthesis of quantitative theory and social sciences our department has fostered.
BENEFITS: Each fellow is provided with a private office at the Institute or hosting department, free furnished housing, complimentary travel to Emory, and a monthly stipend of $3,500 for living expenses.
DURATION: Fellows are invited to be in residence for 1-3 months. Non-continuous visits are also welcome.
ELIGIBILITY: Tenure-track faculty members and post-doctoral associates from an institution outside of Emory are eligible to apply. Candidates may apply directly, though each candidate must be nominated by an Emory department or program prior to submitting an application. QuanTM offers up to two visiting faculty fellowships per semester.
APPLICATION: Application packets must include a CV, a statement of purpose for the visit, and two references. Please email these materials to IQTM@emory.edu and include “Faculty Fellowships” in the subject title along with your full name
DEADLINE: Review of applications for the 2013-2014 academic year will begin February 28th and will continue until the fellowships are filled.
MORE INFO: Any questions or concerns about QuanTM’s faculty fellowships may be directed at IQTM@emory.edu
Coen Elemans (spring semester 2013)
Jason M. Fletcher (summer semester 2013)
Jeffrey S. Rancine (spring semester 2013)
Georg Vanberg (summer semester 2013)