Minnis E. Ridenour Faculty Fellowship Newsletter – Director’s Message, 2018

The year 2018 has been one of transformation and growth for the School of Public and International Affairs. …. Note regarding the renewed interest in the charge <LANGUAGE FROM ENDOWED FUND AGREEMENT> to bring leading figures among faculty scholars and practitioners in their respective fields to the School of Public and International Affairs to speak, teach, and interact with students as guest lecturers, faculty in residence, or for student and faculty workshops. These opportunities will enhance the School’s name nationally, the educational environment, and the quality of faculty, graduate students and undergraduates for the purpose of recruitment and retention.

Through this website during the dates of November 1 – December 1, 2018 I am inviting all faculty of SPIA to submit nominations for a speaker to be selected for an upcoming program of the Ridenour Faculty Fellowship.

Please review the criteria and nomination process by clicking here {LINK TO PDF DOCUMENT WITH SELECTION CRITERIA}