College of Education awards two Old Gold Summer Fellowships to Jeremy Manternach and Jacob Priest

College of Education awards two Old Gold Summer Fellowships to Jeremy Manternach and Jacob Priest

The College of Education has awarded two Old Gold Summer Fellowships (OGSF) to Jeremy Manternach and Jacob Priest.

Manternach, an assistant professor in Vocal Music Education, will work on “Voice Use Pre-Service Educators and Other Undergraduate Students.”

Priest, who works in Rehabilitation and Counselor Education, will work on “Improving close relationships and mental health for women in prison.”

The Old Gold Summer Fellowship is a faculty development program established in 1997 by the Office of the Provost that provides new probationary tenure-track assistant and associate professors who have nine-month appointments funding for summer work on an approved developmental project within the first three years of their appointment.

OGSF recipients must commit to the equivalent of a minimum of one summer month of full-time work on their projects. Each OGSF is expected to result in at least one product of publication, exhibit, performance, or instructional use. Any faculty member who accepts an OGSF is expected to return to her/his regular duties at the University for the following fall semester.

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