Society for College and University Planning Fellows Program
Dec 20, 2013
The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) is an international professional society comprised of higher education professionals who participate in or are responsible for critical planning projects on their campuses or who provide planning services to higher education clients.
The SCUP Fellows Program is designed to support fresh, innovative ideas and approaches to higher education planning and the society. To this end, SCUP will provide — during this inaugural year — two fellows with support towards attendance to two of the society’s annual, international conferences as well as Step I of the SCUP Planning Institute.
Fellows will be introduced to the society at SCUP–49, the SCUP annual, international conference in July 12–16, 2014, in Pittsburgh, PA, at the beginning of their fellowship year and attend the Step I workshop (July 12). During the fellowship year, they will work on a project of their choosing to be delivered to the society during the second annual, international conference in July 11–15, 2015, in Chicago, IL, at end of their fellowship year.
Awards are based on merit (not need) and consist of:
- A one–year individual membership in SCUP,
- Registration to attend two SCUP annual, international conferences,
- Two $500 travel stipend(s) to assist with travel to the annual conferences, and
- A registration to a Step I workshop of the SCUP Planning Institute (or Step II if a fellow has already attended Step I).
Who Should Apply? The program targets higher education "emerging leaders" who are interested in acquiring good planning skills to advance their careers. Successful applicants must meet the following criteria:
- 45 years of age or younger at the time of submission
- Affiliated with a college or university as either as an employee, a student or both
- Brings a fresh perspective from educational, professional and/or life experience that contributes to and enriches SCUP’s mission and educational offerings
Apply by December 20, 2013: www.scup.org/2014_fellows
|Sponsor:||Society for College and University Planning|