The ISI Fellows Program offers Fielding alumni an academic partner to secure funding or other support for projects in support of this mission.

ISI Fellows have one-year appointments with renewal contingent on progress and future plans. Remuneration for Fellows is contingent upon external funding and follows university standards. All appointments include the use of Fielding business cards, access to the Fielding Institutional Review Board (IRB), access to Fielding technology and library resources, use of the ISI Team site to exchange ideas and research opportunities, and consultative assistance from ISI staff. Fellows are invited to share project outcomes with the Fielding community at sessions, clusters, and through online presentations.

We welcome ideas for projects in research, professional development, and organizational consulting. Required project elements are noted to ensure that critical success factors are addressed in your proposal. Scroll down to review these program areas and critical success factors before submitting your proposal by the June 1, 2018 deadline.