May 26, 2010
Scott Imberman has been named a 2010 National Academy of Education/ Spencer Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow. The non-residential fellowship is awarded to no more than twenty young scholars each year working in critical areas of education research and funds proposed research expected to "make significant scholarly contributions to the field of education." The fellowship provides $55,000 for teaching leave, salary replacement, and research support. In addition, the fellowship is recognized by the Association of American Universities as a factor in defining Tier One status for universities. More details on the fellowship can be found at http://www.naeducation.org/NAEd_Spencer_Postdoctoral_Fellowship.html.
Read the UH press release about the fellowship, "UH Professor Selected for Prestigious NAED/Spencer Fellowship," published on June 3.