Fallon-Marshall Lecture Nomination Form
Nominations (including self-nominations), consisting primarily of a CV and abstract, are invited for the 2023-24 Fallon Marshall Lecture Series.
The deadline for nominations is Friday, September 29, 2023
Full-time faculty members in the College of Arts & Sciences
The Fallon-Marshall Lecture was established in 1994 by Mary Marshall as an event to discuss current issues in the humanities and social sciences. Named after Marshall and former dean of the legacy College of Liberal Arts Daniel Fallon, the annual lecture series provides the College the opportunity to share the outstanding scholarship happening within the College.
The series was revived last spring by the College of Arts & Sciences and presented by the Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research.
This year, the selection committee anticipates making two awards: one in the humanities and the other in the social sciences.
Each selected faculty member will deliver a public lecture at a special event on campus and receive an award of $3,000.
Proposed topics should be for recently or nearly completed original, major research projects whose significance can be explained in such a public-facing way as to engage a wider academic audience that includes students and interested members of the public.
Questions about the process and timeline should be sent to Troy Bickham at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, September 29, 2023
Upon form submission, you should be redirected to a confirmation screen and receive an automatic confirmation email. If you do not receive either of these, there may have been a problem with your form and you will need to resubmit.
If you have any questions, please call or email (979) 845-8328 or email email@example.com.
Applications will be considered incomplete until all information has been received, at which time an e-mail confirming receipt will be sent to you.