CAS: CAS/MillerComm Public Events Series
NOTE: Electronic letters of support cannot be accepted until an application has been electronically submitted.
1. Applicant(s) and Visitor
- Name(s) and contact information of the person(s) submitting the proposal.
visitor's name and affiliation
- Short (1-page) biography of the proposed visitor, highlighting exceptional qualifications and noting key publications or awards. Briefly discuss the visitor's expertise and ability to communicate to a broad interdisciplinary campus audience and public at large.
- Event Title and summary. Provide a narrative summary (50-60 words) of the speaker's proposed presentation on campus which will be used for publicity purposes.
- Dates on Campus.
- Lecture Date(s): List two (2) preferred dates and times for the lecture.
- Narrative Part I. The proposed event. CAS/MillerComm events are broadly interdisciplinary and are for the benefit of the campus audience as well as the public at large. What impact will this event have on the University of Illinois community and community at large?
- Narrative Part II. The proposed schedule. Besides the MillerComm event, the visitor is expected to interact with the campus community, particularly students. The committee thus requests that a detailed schedule of activities while the visitor is at University of Illinois be included: these might include lunch discussions, classroom visits or invited seminar. Please include arrival and departure information if known.
- Budget. The committee requests that relevant campus units cooperate, through cosponsorship, across disciplinary lines in developing and financing events and evaluates proposals accordingly.
- After submitting your application, follow the instructions to send requests for letters of support from three (3) people from different departments or other organizations/universities. These emails will include your narrative proposal.