Applications are open for Faculty Diversity Fellowship Program in Biology at Montgomery County Community College in the United States of America. The Faculty Diversity Fellowship Program, in support of the College’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, promotes and advances the careers of exceptional scholars from historically underrepresented groups. Moreover, the one-year program provides each fellow with opportunities for teaching, student engagement, peer mentoring, and professional development as educators and scholars.
Since its inception in 2007, Montgomery County Community College has been enriched by the program through innovative curricula, scholarship, student connections, and advances in cultural competencies and awareness. The underpinnings of divergent academic interests, cultural backgrounds, and professional experiences, together with the presence of diverse faculty role models, contribute greatly to the success of all students. While the Selection Committee will consider applicants from any discipline taught at the College, preference this year will be given to candidates with a degree in Biology, Anatomy and Physiology or related discipline.
Candidates on this Faculty Diversity Fellowship Program in Biology at Montgomery County Community College will receive the following benefits
|Type of Opportunity||Scholarships and Fellowships|
|Organizer||Montgomery County Community College|