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AUK Faculty Fellowship Program

The Faculty Fellowship is open to AUK faculty whose research can be facilitated by access to Dartmouth’s libraries and museum collections. Fellows live in Hanover or a surrounding town (depends upon housing needs and availability), furthering their research, honing their professional skills, and participating in a range of campus activities. 

Fridro- Amro

AUK professor Amro Nour collaborated with Dartmouth professor Fridon Shubitidze in summer 2021.

Applicants apply in the Fall through the President's office at AUK. Applicants must line up a Dartmouth mentor before they apply. Some help is available from the Dartmouth-AUK Program office if needed. To date, Dartmouth has welcomed 11 Faculty Fellows from AUK.

Amro Resize

2021: Dr. Amro Nour, assistant professor of electrical engineering; Thayer School of Engineering

Dr. Amro Nour's Fellowship Interview

  • 2020: Program suspended during pandemic
Dr.Farrin
2019: Dr. Raymond K. Farrin, professor of Arabic; Jewish Studies Program and Middle Eastern Studies department
Dr. Doush
2018: Dr. Iyad Doush, associate professor of computer science; Thayer School of Engineering
  • 2017: Dr. Inas Mahfouz, assistant professor of English; Institute for Writing and Rhetoric (RWIT)
  • 2016: Dr. Joo Won Lee, assistant professor of graphic design; Hood Museum of Art
  • 2015: Dr. Andrei Zavality, associate professor of philosophy; Department of Philosophy
  • 2014: Dr. James Lambert, assistant professor of English and Writing Program Coordinator; Department of English
  • 2013: Dr. Ghazi Nassir, associate professor of English; Department of English
  • 2012: Dr. Mohammed El Abd, assistant professor of computer engineering; working with Jason Moore, Institute for Quantitative Biomedical Sciences (iQBS)
  • 2011: Dr. Mohamad Khattar Awad, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering; Thayer School of Engineering
  • 2010: Dr. Amir Zeid, assistant professor of computer engineering; Thayer School of Engineering
  • 2009: Dr. Simon O'Meara, assistant professor of art history; Leslie Center for the Humanities