The AACP Academic Research Fellows Program (ARFP) is a year-long program designed to expand the leadership capabilities of established faculty research scientists or administrators to cultivate collaborative team research and graduate education across institutions. Specifically, participants will gain experience in research-focused leadership development; team building; development of innovative research strategies to secure funding from federal and other public and private sources. Participants will also gain insight into the dynamics, management, institutional structures and policies that affect research teams; and have the opportunity to network with successful research leaders and advocacy groups. In addition to sessions in residence, Fellows will participate in a collaborative group project. 2013-2014 Academic Research Fellows
Session I: September 10-13, 2013, Washington, DC areaSession II: January 13-16, 2014, Tucson, AZSession III: March 11-14, 2014, Washington, DC areaSession IV: July 26-29, 2014 in conjunction with the AACP Annual Meeting in Grapevine, TX (near Dallas)
*dates subject to change prior to program acceptance
The application period for 2013-2014 has now closed.
All application materials are to be submitted to AACP by the deadline. To access the application site, click the link below: http://fs16.formsite.com/AACP/form51/index.htmlARFP BrochureARFP Information and Program RequirementsARFP Application Instructions
Yuen-Sum (Vincent) Lau, Ph.D.Vice President of Research and Graduate EducationChief Science Officer703-739-2330 ext. 1027
Diane L. Drakeley, B.S.Research and Education Program Manager703-739-2330 ext. 1019
Katie OwingsResearch and Education Programs Coordinator703-739-2330 ext. 1026