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Fellowships to Israeli young scholars in all fields of study to teach and research at eligible institutions of higher education. The purpose of the program is to offer academic appointments to researchers, as well as funding towards research projects in their field of interest. These fellowships will enable the best and brightest researchers to be integrated into the university system as faculty members in their first full-time academic appointments, in any of the following academic ranks: "Lecturers," "Senior Lecturers," "Associate Professors." Funding is intended to cover salary and research-related expenses over a three-year period.
The Azrieli Foundation selects Azrieli Early Career Faculty Fellows according to a highly competitive selection process focused on academic and research excellence without regard to any institutional affiliations, race, religion, gender, ethnicity, or age. Candidates are assessed on their potential to make cutting-edge contributions to their respective fields. Personal merit and leadership abilities are also taken into consideration.
In keeping with its core values, the Program nurtures interdisciplinary and cross-cultural exchange, leadership training, community engagement, professional mentorship, and a growing alumni network. Azrieli Fellows are a community of outstanding scientists and scholars who have the unique potential to perform groundbreaking research, alongside an intellectual curiosity that transcends their field of study.
Applications must be submitted by one of the following academic institutions:
The Azrieli Faculty Fellow will receive a salary (including benefits) consistent with the remuneration and benefits of faculty of the rank of "Lecturer" or "Senior Lecturer," "Associate Professor," or other equivalent ranks, as per the position the University has offered the Fellow.
In addition to salary, the Azrieli Faculty Fellow will receive a research grant. The research grant may be used for equipment and general research needs.
Obligations of the Faculty Fellow: https://azrielifoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Faculty-Fellowship-Guidelines.pdf#page=10
GrantWatch ID#: 167430
Up to 8 fellowships
The Azrieli Foundation will fund a portion of the University's annual cost associated with the Fellows' remuneration and benefits, in the amount of ILS 220,000 (amounting to ILS 660,000 for 3 years).
In addition to salary, the Azrieli Faculty Fellow will receive a research grant of up to ILS 735,000.
The Azrieli Faculty Fellowships are offered for three years.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
For more information about the Azrieli Fellows Program please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Azrieli Fellows Program
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