Research Space Coordinator
Fulbridge is creating a research space on the Fulbrighter Network that encourages connections and collaboration between researchers in the Fulbright community. This space will be inclusive of all disciplines and enable researchers to gather together to create and promote workshops, seek and share advice, and find mentors and partners.

Fulbridge is seeking an eager volunteer to lead on management of this space and of associated research activities. Duties include:
- Actively encouraging use of this space (fostering discussions, promoting the space within the wider Fulbright community)
- Reviewing incoming forms for workshop creation; working with researchers where needed to create and promote their workshops
- Participating in researchers' workshops as a Fulbridge representative; moderating/leading (or co-leading) certain workshops where needed

Ideal candidates will be:
- Collaborative team members who enjoy working with others
- Self-directed and self-motivated. Able to work with minimal supervision and assignment; good at setting own goals and schedule.
- Flexible and creative: This is a new position whose exact duties will likely morph somewhat over time as the research space itself is created and gains traction. Volunteers who are willing to build something from the ground up, and bring their ideas and adaptability to such a project, will be a great fit.

This position is intended for motivated and busy volunteers-- whether you have a teaching or research grant, or a full-time job, we want you to be able to fit this volunteer position into your weekly routine. For those wanting to enrich their grant or stay connected to the Fulbright community as a returned alum, this is a great way to expand one's horizons and gain experience in the arena of digital community engagement.

If you have questions or concerns, don't hesitate to get in touch at contact@fulbridge.org!
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What most excites you about the potential of connecting researchers in the Fulbright community with one another?
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What do you think that Fulbright researchers could most benefit from that an online platform could provide?
Examples: field-specific workshops or online groups; panels that offer advice to those beginning their Fulbright research grants; workshops that encourage collaboration between disciplines; panels discussions; or completely different ideas!
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Please list any relevant experience, broadly defined, with coordinating activities, managing teams, or encouraging engagement within communities (online or otherwise):
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