To enhance collaboration that stimulates scholarly initiatives between universities, this program offers faculty members from each SEC university the opportunity to travel to other SEC universities to exchange ideas, develop grant proposals, and conduct research.


Voice Recovery Subject of SEC Faculty Travel Visit

Dr. Mary Sandage, Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Disorders at Auburn University, and Dr. Jennifer Muckala, Senior Speech Pathologist at the Vanderbilt University Voice Center, recently took part in a SEC Faculty Travel Program visit to research the effects of vocal reset, a short vocal task used to quickly restore optimal voice function.
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SEC Faculty Travel Visit Yields Useful Data for Manuscript on Political Behavior

This year’s presidential election has been one of the most polarizing in the nation’s history. As Americans head to the polls to cast their votes, one SEC faculty member will be paying close attention to a single demographic that has provided some of the highest voter turnout numbers.
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SEC Faculty Travel Visit Focuses On Improving Leadership at Rural Schools

Dr. Brenda Mendiola, Clinical Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at Alabama, and Dr. Ellen Reames, Associate Professor at Auburn, recently took part in a SEC Faculty Travel Program visit that focused on preparing future elementary and secondary school administrators.
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