UNC General Administration in partnership with the Oak Foundation Learning Differences Programme is pleased to announce the Oak Foundation Fellowship Program. Funded by a two-year grant, the Oak Foundation Fellowship in the Learning Differences Program is an outstanding opportunity for post doctoral candidates and graduate students who have recently completed their course of study, or will complete their course of study by the end of the spring 2012 semester. Preferable areas of study include educational policy, educational leadership, instructional technology, curriculum and instruction, public administration/policy and studies of the science of learning/neurobiology, or related areas.
One fellowship will be awarded with a desired begin date of July 1, 2013. The term of the fellowship is one year with a three-month probationary period. The Fellow will work a full-time schedule of 40 hours/week and will be paid in monthly increments of $4,458/month. The fellowship term will be served in the Oak Foundation Learning Differences Program office in Chapel Hill, NC.
Applications will be accepted through February 15, 2013 for the first fellowship. Finalists will be invited to interview with officials from UNC General Administration and the Oak Foundation.
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Please contact Sarah Smith at 919-962-4557 or email@example.com if you have any questions about the Oak Foundation Fellowship Program.