The 2018 workshop is open to up to four advanced students, young professionals and researchers who would like to join the faculty development workshop as student associates. All participants will be awarded a tuition grant. Admission will be based on admission statement and material submitted. To complete the online application, we ask you to respond to a couple of questions and submit some work samples and your CV.
All participants admitted to the Field Stations Faculty Development Workshop (2018) will be awarded travel and accommodation fees by the Wright-Ingraham Institute. Participants may book and purchase their tickets, which will be reimbursed as per the travel allowance agreement. Some incidental expenses will be covered by participants.
All participants traveling from abroad are responsible for securing their own visa and are advised to contact their home embassy early to inquire about visa. Generally speaking, Colombia does not require a visa for short visits, but thisit varies from country to country.
All participants are responsible for their own insurance including travel and health insurance. All participants also need to ensure that any equipment and valuable items such as laptops are covered by their own insurance, as we cannot take responsibility for items lost or stolen.
The program is open to participants from a range of backgrounds, including current architecture and art students, PhD candidates, and young professionals. Places are limited, and offered at the discretion of the program organizers. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.