Thinking of changing careers or developing new skills?
Interested in Fullbright exchange programs or summer leadership
institutes? Here are some resources for locating information.
Academic360.com is a
meta-collection of Internet resources gathered for the academic job
hunter. It includes links to faculty, staff and administrative
annoucements. It is not restricted to teaching positions.
The Chronicle of
Higher Education can keep you abreast of the latest news in
academe and also provide you with current job leads.
Interested in summer workshops and institutes? You might also
want to check out Harvard University's
summer professional development offerings.
Interested in a Fulbright
exchange? Since 1946, the Fulbright Teacher and Administrator
Exchange Program has helped nearly 23,000 teachers and
administrators contribute to mutual understanding between the
United States and countries around the world. If you are a
full-time U.S. teacher or administrator, you may be eligible to
apply to the program. The application deadline is October 15, 2003
for the 2004-2005 academic year.
Interested in finding funding for research? The New York Public
Library gives out several
awards each year for researchers who use their humanities and
social sciences library. The Library of
also provides fellowships and research opportunities for their
collections. The Social
Science Research Council provides support and recognition
researchers who target the spaces between disciplines.