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Future Faculty Fellowship

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Martin Luther King/César Chavez/Rosa Parks Future Faculty Fellowship The Martin Luther King/César Chavez/Rosa Parks Future Faculty Fellowship Program is designed to increase the number of traditionally underrepresented candidates pursuing a teaching or administrative career in post-secondary education within the United States. KCP Fellowships are available to United States citizens with regular admission to a doctoral program. Preference is not given to applicants on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, gender, or national origin.

Martin Luther King/César Chavez/Rosa Parks Future Faculty Fellowships are available to U.S. citizens with regular admission to a doctoral program and who wish to pursue a full-time teaching or administrative career in postsecondary education within the United States. These KCP Fellowships are awarded to exceptional students who exemplify the life, career, and ideals of Martin Luther King, César Chavez or Rosa Parks.

The Fellowship does not require departmental service; however, students must meet other requirements as stated in the guidelines for KCP Fellowships. KCP Fellowships can be awarded in conjunction with other appointments. The KCP Future Faculty Fellowship Program is supported by the King Chavez Parks Initiative of the Workforce Development Agency, State of Michigan.

Inquiries should be sent to the Graduate College.

Next application deadline: February 15, 2014.

Please Note: The WMU Martin Luther King/César Chavez/Rosa Parks Future Faculty Fellowship application process is currently being revised. Please check back soon for updated information.

updated: 10/10/14