J. J. Kidd Fellowships 2017/2018

The Julie Johnson Kidd Travel Research Fellowships have been developed to assist faculty engaged in the liberal arts and sciences in research projects that contribute to informing classroom teaching. In its third round (2017/2018), considered projects were limited to themes related to the three project areas of our recent Erasmus+ BLASTER grant:

1.) Teacher Training and Professional Development in the Liberal Arts and Sciences
2.) Undergraduate Research
3.) Quality Standards for Liberal Arts and Sciences programmes

Projects include: work leading towards a scholarly or artistic product such as a peer reviewed article or conference presentation or; travel costs and attendance at a workshop or seminar whose subject corresponds to one of the above areas. Approved applications received a grant of 1500€. Here you can find profiles of successful applicants (2017) and their projects.

Inez Flameling

I am a marine biologist by training and currently track coordinator…


Bettina van Hoven

Bettina van Hoven is Associate Professor in the field of Cultural Geography…


Andrew Jones

Andrew C. Jones is an Assistant Professor at LCC International University…


Patricia Kennon

I am a lecturer in children’s literature, young adult literature…


Dagmar Kusá

Dagmar Kusá received her MA in political science from Comenius University her PhD…


Aliaksei Makhnach

For years European Humanities University has been continuously committed to liberal…


Christopher May & Ryan Wittingslow

Dr. Christopher May is currently an Assistant Professor of Social Science at University College…


Femi Odebiyi

I am currently in my eleventh-year as a faculty in the International Business…


Carolina Sánchez de Jaegher

Carolina Sánchez De Jaegher is an assistant professor of Latin American Studies…


Kathy-Ann Tan

I received my Ph.D. (summa cum laude) and Habilitation…