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Service Learning Fellowship

The Presidential Faculty & Student Research / Creative Activity Fellowship is intended to identify, recognize, reward, and support faculty research and creative projects. Awards will be made to faculty with demonstrated potential for outstanding scholarly research or creative activity in their field, and Fellows will engage OCU students in meaningful ways in scholarly or creative projects.

The Fellowship provides cash stipends for faculty members and students as well as funding for professional development, travel, or other expenses related to the project. Up to five Fellowships will be awarded for the 2023-24 academic year.


Fellowship Benefits

For each Fellowship awarded:

  • Faculty Fellows will receive a $7,000 stipend at the beginning of the award period in addition to a budget of up to $1,500 for professional development, travel, or other expenses related to the project.
  • Students engaged in the project will receive a $1,000 stipend at the beginning of their work on the project in addition to a budget of up to $500 for travel or other expenses related to the project. (For projects that engage more than one student, the student award can be divided appropriately.)
  • Recipients (both faculty and students) will be recognized on the Presidential Fellowship web pages, and scholarly/creative projects will be highlighted upon completion.

Fellowship Application

  • All full-time faculty with two or more years of experience at OCU (by the fall of the award year) are eligible to apply. Recipients may not re-apply during the award year but can re-apply the following year.
  • Administrators are not eligible to apply.
  • The application is in Microsoft Forms and is .
  • Applications are due Feb. 15 of each year to the Office of the Provost / VPAA. Two external reference letters must be received by the Office of the Provost / VPAA no later than Feb. 15. Reference letters should be emailed from a professional email address to the Office of the Provost at [email protected].
  • Applications will be evaluated by a committee of faculty members and administrators with representation from each academic unit. Recommendations from the committee will go to the Provost and President.
  • The President will make the final decisions in consultation with the Provost, and awards will be announced in March of each year.

Funds will be available in July and will be managed through the Office of the Provost / VPAA.

  • Erik Heine, Professor of Music
  • Lisa Kachouee, Assistant Professor of Musi
  • Brandi Stanley, Assistant Professor of Nursing
  • Kimberly Veirs, Clinical Assistant Professor, Core Faculty, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
  • Lisa Wolfe, Professor of Religion, Endowed Chair of Hebrew Bible

  • Sabina Amanbayeva, Associate Professor of English
  • Tracy Floreani, Professor of English
  • Jacob Johnson, Associate Professor of Musicology
  • Lance Marsh, Professor of Theatre
  • Yi Shao, Professor of Psychology
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