Agnese N. Haury Visiting Scholar & Trainee Fellowship
These fellowships are provided by the Agnese Nelms Haury Fund (Endowment) for the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research. The fellowships are intended to foster dendrochronology training of scientists from any country in the world, and to promote research collaborations with faculty, staff, and students at the LTRR. Visitors/trainees may be graduate students, postdoctoral fellows or established scientists. The Fellowships typically will last one or two months, and the support will usually cover travel costs to Tucson (and return) and living expenses during the visit.
Interested individuals are encouraged to contact a faculty member at the LTRR and to develop a tentative plan and schedule for the visit before submitting an application. The plan should specify potential areas of training or collaborations. For a list of faculty and descriptions of research topical areas see: Research. Special attention will be given to applications pertaining to archaeology, but all areas of dendrochronology will be considered.
Applications should include a cover letter stating the intent and purpose of the visit to LTRR, tentative schedule for the visit, name of LTRR faculty, staff or students that the applicant may collaborate with, curriculum vitae, and names and contact information for three individuals who may be contacted for references.
Applications should be sent via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or surface mail at:
Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research,
The University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721 USA.
Phone: +1 520 621 1608
Fax: +1 520 621 8229.
The University of Arizona is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply.
We are not currently soliciting specific proposals for Haury Fellowships. We will make announcements when appropriate on these pages, and also via the ITRDB internet forum.
Please note that the University of Arizona provides several other awards and fellowships in Agnese Haury's name, in particular the Visiting Fellows Program run by the Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice, but these are generally not associated with dendrochronology.