Embracing diversity as indispensable.
Best practices for teaching and research.
Support for early career faculty.
The Accountability, Climate, Equity, and Scholarship (ACES) Fellows Program recognizes early career faculty who are strongly committed to diversity to teach and perform research at Texas A&M. Administered by the Office for Diversity
in partnership with the College of Education and Human Development
and the College of Liberal Arts
, the ACES Fellows Program supports Texas A&M’s Diversity Plan
and celebrates diversity as an indispensable component of academic excellence.
The program provides mentorship and development experiences to advance the careers of early scholars in the areas of education and human development and/or liberal arts.
ACES Fellowships at-a-glance:
Learn more about terms, eligibility and how to apply for ACES Fellowships.
- Two-year program (24 months)
- Title of Visiting Assistant Professor
- Teach one course per academic year, with dedicated research time
- Mentoring by senior faculty and a sense of community among ACES Fellows