The SEC Faculty Travel Program was established in 2012 and aims to foster relationships that stimulate collaboration between SEC member universities relative to exchanging ideas, developing grant proposals, presenting lectures, conducting research and delivering performances. [Interested SEC faculty should contact their university program administrator for additional information.]

FACULTY TRAVEL PROGRAM NEWS

Collaboration Drives SEC Faculty Travel Program Participants

The program provides opportunities to conduct research, present lectures, and deliver artistic performances with their SEC colleagues.
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SEC Faculty Travel Program Helps Vanderbilt’s Robinson Secure NIH Grant

The University of Kentucky and Vanderbilt University faculty members Dr. Danelle Stevens-Watkins and Dr. Renã Robinson, respectively, had a vision for a program to support underrepresented minority faculty in biomedical research. That vision required additional resources to become a reality.
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SEC Faculty Travel Program Participants Announced for 2022-23

Almost 130 faculty from across the Southeastern Conference have been selected by their universities to participate in the SEC Faculty Travel Program for 2022-23.
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