Temerlin Advertising Institute (TAI) invites applications for 2014 research fellows

Temerlin Advertising Institute (TAI) at Southern Methodist University invites applications for its 2014 research fellows program. Located in Dallas, TAI is a research-oriented institute composed of distinguished faculty with both industry and academic backgrounds.

The purpose of the TAI research fellows program is to foster research collaboration and provide catalysts for advancing our understanding of the field of advertising. We are looking for people who have a vision for their research and need time and support to make it come to life!

Who is Eligible? Faculty members on sabbatical, faculty-emeritus, post-docs, or even industry researchers asking thoughtful questions are encouraged to apply.

What is Included? TAI will provide research fellows with office space, a monthly stipend of $1000, funding for research up to $2000, and travel support up to $2000. Fellows are invited to collaborate on research projects and publications with the TAI faculty members, and pursue independent research. Formal teaching duties are not required, but may be available for additional compensation.

Deadline for Applications. October 15th – visits to begin the following spring semester; March 1st – visit to begin the following fall semester.

Application Procedure. Please supply the following information to Dr. Steve Edwards (steve@smu.edu), Director of the Temerlin Advertising Institute, by the appropriate deadline:

  1. a cover letter that conveys your interest, brief background about you, overview of current projects, and requested time frame for visit.
  2. a current curriculum viate
  3. a two-page description of intended research projects you wish to pursue.

For more information, see the TAI Visiting Fellows Program Announcement 2014.

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