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Research leadership and mentoring program available for junior and senior tenure-track faculty

Case Western Reserve University, under Principal Investigator and Vice President for Research and Technology Management Suzanne Rivera, has received funding from the Office of Research Integrity for a one-year research leadership and mentoring program for junior and senior tenure-track faculty. 

The Shared Training to Advance Integrity in Research Mentor Fellows Program will bring together 20 faculty members into a cohort that will explore leadership, mentoring and responsible research skills over the course of the academic year. 

Program participants will receive two Executive Education classes through the Weatherhead School of Management, the opportunity to discuss research integrity issues in a cohort experience, and $1,200 to be deposited into an unrestricted research account.

Faculty members from all schools at the university are invited to apply for one of the 10 senior mentor positions (tenured associate and full professors) and 10 junior faculty positions (tenure-track assistant professors).

View details about the program.

The deadline to submit a letter of application is Monday, Sept. 16.

Those will questions can contact Tracy Wilson-Holden at or 216.368.6131.