I will select and have cataloged and digitized 1,500 images from a much larger collection. The images are of religious and architectural subjects, taken between 1983 and 2005, in South and Southeast Asia. The digitized images would be used in my course presentation and would also be donated, with partial transfer of copyright, to the university library.
Would you like to attend a conference in France, do research in Brazil, or fieldwork in China? And have it paid for by the University of California? Apply for a Professional Development Fund Grant and make it happen.
Applications are now being requested for PDF 2013 grant funding. Grants of $500 to $10,000 are available for teaching, research, and scholarship.
The goal of the Lecturers' Professional Development Fund is to support eligible Unit 18 non-Senate faculty by funding various forms of professional development activities that can enhance those faculty's scholarly and pedagogical endeavors. These endeavors include any intellectual and research activities that contribute to their scholarship and to their effectiveness as teachers and mentors.
Professional Development Fund Grants are open to all Unit 18 non-Senate faculty (lecturers and other instructors covered by the Unit 18 contract) with teaching appointments on the UC Berkeley campus. You are eligible if you had or have a lecture appointment during any of the following semesters:
Handouts for the October 10, 2012 presentation by Tony Di Grazia are attached below. If you have trouble accessing any of these documents, please ask Michelle (firstname.lastname@example.org) to email you a copy.