• A faculty member from the University of Georgia works with a student researcher
  • Faculty from Vanderbilt University participate in inaugural SEC Symposium panel
  • A University of Georgia faculty member engaged in research
  • Faculty worked with business leaders at first ever SEC MBA Case Competition at University of Missouri

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 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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Faculty Collaboration Opportunities Grow with SEC Faculty Travel Grants

The list of SECU programs and activities supported by the Southeastern Conference continues to grow, this time with the addition of the SEC Faculty Travel Grants. This collaborative program provides assistance to selected faculty members who have...

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SEC Announces Additional Participants for the 2013-14 SEC Faculty Travel Grant Program

Faculty members from the University of Arkansas, the University of Mississippi, the University of Tennessee and Texas A&M University are set to take part in the 2013-14 SEC Faculty Travel Grant...

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