How to Apply
Thank you for your interest in the UNC Faculty Development Fellowship. If you are interested in applying for the 2021-2022 cohort, begin your application using the fields found below. If you have questions or issues with the online application, please contact email@example.com
Two letters of recommendation are needed to apply and one letter must be from your chair or program director for the year of your fellowship. If you prefer to have your letters of recommendation sent directly to us, please direct your letter writers to email them to firstname.lastname@example.org; otherwise, upload them with your other supporting documents below. The personal statement should be a one-to-two page document describing your career goals. In it, include the type of career you plan to pursue, teaching and scholarly interest, and how the Fellowship will contribute to achieving these goals.
- Early-bird deadline is November 1, 2020
- Early-bird admission decisions will be made by November 15, 2020
- The deadline for final admission is February 1, 2021
- Final decisions will be made by February 15, 2021
Session Dates 2021-2022
|On-Site Sessions in Chapel Hill|
|Wednesday, June 9, 2021- Thursday, June 17, 2021|
|Tuesday, September 28, 2021-Wednesday, October 6, 2021|
|Monday, February 28, 2022 – Friday, March 4, 2022|
|Monday, June 6, 2022 – Thursday, June 9, 2022|
The UNC Faculty Development Fellowship seeks faculty from family medicine residency programs (including community and hospital-based residencies, university departments of family medicine, and military programs) who:
- are residency-trained family physicians in their early years of full-time faculty work. Third-year residents who will be serving in a faculty role after graduation may apply, but preference is given to family physicians already serving in a faculty role at the time of application.
plan a career in academic family medicine
- have demonstrated interest and willingness to complete scholarly projects that require a substantial time commitment in addition to the time spent in Chapel Hill.
While the fellowship experience is most valuable for those faculty who have completed at least a year in the faculty role prior to the start of the fellowship, any family physician in a faculty position involving teaching residents or medical students is welcome to apply. We also generally limit a residency program to one fellow per year.
Fellows and/or their home programs are asked to contribute the following resources:
Tuition for the year-long program: Tuition is $12,500 provided all application materials are completed by February 1, 2021. For any applications completed after February 1, the tuition is $13,000. This tuition includes all program/curriculum materials, access to online resources, individual consultations with faculty, mentoring sessions, UNC library privileges, some meals, attendance at visiting professor workshops, and networking opportunities with past fellows. the tuition.
Travel Costs: Travel, food, transportation and lodging for four sessions in Chapel Hill. A special price has been negotiated for fellows who choose to stay at the Residence Inn-Chapel Hill.
Release Time: Up to 20% release time is encouraged for on-site sessions in Chapel Hill and time between sessions to complete assignments and participate in conference calls and online collaborative work.