Junior Faculty Fellows Program

The Hariri Institute for Computing’s Junior Faculty Fellows program aims to both recognize outstanding early-career computing and data-driven researchers at Boston University and support their continued development by connecting them with one another and with the Institute community at large through various mechanisms and activities.

Since 2011, the Institute has awarded 65 Junior Faculty Fellows across 29  departments and eight colleges. From social sciences, humanities, law, business, and medicine to engineering, computer science, and statistics, the Junior Faculty Fellows Program is committed to enabling and supporting a community of researchers across schools and colleges at BU.

Benefits for Junior Faculty Fellow Participation

  • $10,000 award to advance the fellow’s computational and data science research at Boston University
  • Collaborate with other Junior Faculty Fellow cohorts to organize and support Institute-sponsored events (e.g., seminars, panels, etc.)
  • Engage with the Institute’s substantial network of academic, government, and industry partners around computing and data-driven research
  • Promotion of their research achievements and support of their grant applications from the Hariri Institute’s Administrative Staff

The Hariri Institute for Computing is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and encourages nominations for diverse candidates such as those from historically underrepresented groups. 

We ask that you keep your nominations confidential, and do not inform candidates of their nomination. Calls for this program are now closed.

For administrative questions, please contact Katherine D’Angelo, Assistant Director, Programs and Events, at ktd@bu.edu.