Montgomery College print logo
InsideMC-FACTS-3A

Monday, March 2

Features

Display Image

New Report: Montgomery College Is an Anchor in Workforce Development

President's Corner

Compliance Office

Display Image

Compliance Program Annual Report

Guest Lectures

Display Image

Spectrum Lecture March 4: Uncovering New Ways of Attacking Cancer

College/Campus News

Display Image

Grown Up Spelling Bee - Cheer on MC's Team on March 5 and Support a Good Cause

MC Events

Display Image

Celebrate the Year of the Employee with Senior Vice President for Administrative and Fiscal Services, March 6

Arts at MC

Display Image

The Butterfly's Burden: Dance Inspired By Poetry Of Mahmoud Darwish

It's Academic

Professional Development

Display Image

Conquer Public Speaking with Toastmasters

Student Affairs

Display Image

The "MC's Got Talent Show" Is March 6 in the Rockville PAC

Other

Display Image

Criminal Justice Program Student Advising Session Tuesday, March 10 at MC-Germantown

MC Books & More

Display Image

30% Off on Winter Clothing at MC Books & More

What's on MCTV?

Display Image

MC2020 Annual Report Video: Watch and Share

Library of Congress Fellowship Pilot Program to Serve Faculty and Librarians - First Information Session Feb. 3

Display Image

Category: Professional Development

Published: Mar 2 2015 12:00AM

The Paul Peck Humanities Institute and the Montgomery College libraries are pleased to announce the call for applications to participate in the pilot of a ground-breaking new fellowship program for faculty and librarians at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

The program is modeled after Montgomery College's unique and successful MC-Smithsonian Faculty Fellowship Program, serving MC faculty since 1998. This first year is a pilot program that will be conducted with Montgomery College as its sole partner to determine whether this program will meet the Library of Congress' needs and mission.

Interested applicants should attend the information session to be held at Rockville campus (macklin Tower, Room 212, conference room) on Tuesday, February 3from 3:15-4:15 p.m. A second offering of the Information Session will be planned based on the scheduling needs of those who express interest.

The program is interdisciplinary and open to faculty and librarians from across the college. The application process is competitive, and applicants must have support from their supervisors/chair/deans. The first cohort of fellows will share responsibility for developing various aspects of the program. The Library desires to grow this program to serve other regional colleges and universities, and ultimately to offer the program virtually to faculty across the nation.

Please indicate your interest in the program by emailing to Program Coordinator: Professor Jarvis Slacks (English/RV). jarvis.slacks@montogmerycollege.edu.

<b>Timeline</b>

Information Session: Early February 2015

Application Deadline: Mid February 2015

Selections Made and Fellows Notified: Early March 2015

Week-Long Training on "Teaching with Primary Sources" at Library of Congress (1 ESH) Summer 2015

Fellowship Semester #1: (3 Alternate Assignment ESH)Fall 2015

Fellowship Semester #2: (3 Alternate Assignment ESH)Spring 2016

Related Media

  1. LogoLibraryofCongressS.jpg


MyMC
Authentication Required



Montgomery College

Montgomery County, MD

240-567-5000

©2017, Montgomery College

Top