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SUNY PRODiG Faculty Fellowship

SUNY Cortland is proud to participate in the SUNY PRODiG Fellowship Consortium, which aims to increase the representation of historically underrepresented faculty on our campus.

The program is a collaborative effort of the 13 comprehensive colleges in New York state’s public university system.

Eligible candidates for this two-year program include:

  • Late-stage ABDs or post-docs who are underrepresented minority faculty in general
  • Women faculty of all races in STEM fields

Benefits

The PRODiG Fellowship aims to introduce early-career diverse faculty to opportunities at a medium-size campus, and the program seeks to provide outstanding mentorship and support to increase future success and faculty retention.

The program will offer support toward degree completion, teaching experience in the individual’s field of expertise, and faculty development.

PRODiG Fellows will receive:

  • A two-year non-renewable contract
  • Reduced teaching load
  • Travel allowances
  • Summer research stipends
  • Moving expenses

Annual compensation is $55,000 regardless of discipline for the fellowship. Fellows will be paired with a senior faculty member to help facilitate their transition to campus. Fellows also will be a part of a larger cohort from across the SUNY system who will meet, both in person and online, throughout the two-year fellowship. The fellowship is open to a wide range of academic disciplines.

Applying to PRODiG

Prospective applicants must complete an online application, which will be shared on this page when it is available for the 2022-23 academic year.

The following documents must be uploaded in PDF or Microsoft Word format: 

  • a current CV and
  • a cover letter addressing your qualifications for the fellowship, your areas of interest and expertise, and how you meet the criteria of the program.

Applicants must indicate the SUNY campus where they would like to work. They must also send a letter of reference to the email address provided in the application describing aptitude and readiness to be a SUNY Fellow.

More about SUNY Cortland

Exterior view of students walking outside Bowers Hall, SUNY Cortland's science facility, on a fall day

Located within 45 minutes of Syracuse, Ithaca and Binghamton, SUNY Cortland is a nationally recognized institution with nearly 70 undergraduate majors and approximately 6,600 students.

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SUNY PRODiG Partners

Aerial view of middle of campus, including Van Hoesen Hall and Education Building, during the early evening

In addition to SUNY Cortland, the following comprehensive colleges comprise the SUNY PRODiG Fellowship Consortia:

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Office

SUNY Cortland
P.O. Box 2000
Old Main, Room 217
Cortland, NY, 13045

Phone: 607-753-2207
tracy.kinner@cortland.edu