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.]


SEC Provosts Add Flexibility in Faculty Travel Program Amid Pandemic

The SEC Faculty Travel Program, which traditionally provides SEC faculty with opportunities to collaborate in person, has implemented several temporary flexibility measures for faculty, ensuring SEC collaboration continues in this unprecedented environment.
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Kentucky Brass Quintet Begins SEC Performance Circuit

As SEC Faculty Travel Program participants, the UK Faculty Brass Quintet is sharing its sound with other SEC universities. This semester, it will perform at the University of Alabama, the University of Arkansas, the University of Georgia, and LSU.
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2019-20 SEC Faculty Travel Participants Announced

In its 8th year, the SEC Faculty Travel Program will back more than 115 SEC faculty members during the 2019-2020 academic year. Established in 2012 by the SEC Presidents and Chancellors, the program is meant to encourage and support conference collaborations in any discipline.
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