Moreau Faculty Development Program

The Moreau Faculty Development Program seeks to increase the number of scholars who will contribute to the intellectual vibrancy, cultural competency, and research excellence of The University of Notre Dame. Promising candidates in any discipline who meet one or more of the following criteria are eligible to apply:

  • Scholars whose research focuses on Gender, First Nations/Native American, African/Africana/African-American, Asian/Asian American, Ethnic, Latino/a or Latin American Studies;
  • Scholars whose experience, teaching and/or research promise to enhance cultural competency and diversity within the American educational landscape or who are interested in exploring the implications of such work for liberal education in the Catholic tradition;
  • Scholars with a track record of involvement in initiatives aimed at promoting diversity in higher education through teaching or research;
  • Scholars in any discipline from one of the populations underrepresented historically in American higher education (e.g., Women, Native American, African American, Asian American, or Latino/a).

Fellows engage in a comprehensive research, teaching, and mentoring experience.

A limited number of fellowships are available each year.

For More Information

If you are interested in a Moreau Faculty Development Program opportunity, please contact your program administrator, or send your vita and a cover letter of interest to the chairperson of your relevant department(s).

Moreau Faculty Development Fellows

Moreau Postdoctoral Fellows, beginning on the front left and moving clockwise: Samantha Noel (Art, Art History and Design), Sekou Remy (Computer Science and Engineering), Jessica Graham (History), Cameron Hill (Mathematics), Anne Garcia-Romero (Film, Television and Theatre), Vanesa Miseres (Romance Languages and Literatures), Percival Matthews (Psychology), Patrick Chiyo (Biological Sciences), Getachew Befekadu (Electrical Engineering), Anne Baril (Philosophy), Laura Hunter (Sociology).

Notre Dame’s Librarian-In-Residence Program is another initiative to recruit and hire a diverse candidate who has recently graduated from an ALA-accredited library school. This is also a two-year program.