News vom 18.11.2020
With its Fulbright-Cottrell Award, the German-American Fulbright Commission in Berlin offers a unique opportunity for researcher-educators in the fields of chemistry, physics and astronomy.
Successful applicants will receive funding of 63,000 € for a three-year project that combines pioneering research and creative teaching within their respective fields. The award also includes an additional 5,000 € for participation in the annual Cottrell Scholar Conference (next taking place in July 2021 in Tucson, Arizona).
The award’s combined funding and conference participation recognizes outstanding teacher-scholars and allows for engagement with transatlantic scientific communities, as well as acknowledgment for the quality and innovation of their research programs and academic leadership skills. Submitted projects should include a research proposal and a corresponding teaching program, with the aim of simultaneously implementing both components over the course of three years at a German university.
Adresse: Special Programs, German-American Fulbright Commission, Lützowufer 26, 10787 Berlin
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