• Dr. Steve Swidler (center) from Auburn pictured with Joan Gabel (left), Dean of the Trulaske College of Business at Missouri, and Dr. Dan French (right) during a 2015 SEC Faculty Travel Grant visit
  • Dr. Neil Johannsen from LSU tours Mississippi State's Department of Kinesiology during a 2015 SEC Faculty Travel Grant visit
  • Faculty from Mississippi State and LSU participate in a discussion with young athletes on the importance of nutrition and hydration during a 2015 SEC Faculty Travel Grant visit
  • LSU's Dr. Neil Johannsen gives a lecture to Mississippi State students and faculty during a 2015 SEC Faculty Travel Grant visit

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.

Faculty Travel Grant News

SEC Faculty Travel Grant Visit Leads To Study On Hydration

Water, food and oxygen quickly come to mind when thinking about the necessities of life. But how much do we think about them when we are not thirsty or hungry? Even worse, what if our bodies are deprived of these essentials and our brain...

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SEC Announces 2014-15 Faculty Travel Grant Program Participants

In its third year, the program provides support for selected faculty members to collaborate with colleagues at other SEC member...

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SEC Announces 2013-14 SEC Faculty Travel Grant Program Participants

Faculty members from Southeastern Conference universities are set to take part in the 2013-14 SEC Faculty Travel Grant Program. In its second year, the program provides support for selected faculty members to collaborate with colleagues at other...

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