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Institute for Health Logistics & Analytics (IHLA)IHLA Faculty Fellows Program

The mission of the Institute for Health Logistics & Analytics (IHLA) at Georgia Southern
University is to transform the health & wellbeing of our communities through applied
evidence-based practices and technology integration. The IHLA Faculty Fellows Program seeks
to build partnerships across the university for the advancement of health globally.
Specifically, the purpose of this program is to:

  • Foster networking and collaboration opportunities across multiple disciplines to improve
    the health of all species
  • Engage with a diverse and dynamic community of people who are interested in
    advancing the IHLA mission
  • Enhance research through interdisciplinary grant submissions and manuscripts
  • Support IHLA service through participation in training and education opportunities
    The Fellow will be asked to commit to contributing to the work of the Institute, participate in
    IHLA-sponsored events, and assist in the development of a robust faculty, staff, and student affiliate program for implementation in the next academic year. Each Fellow will receive a one-course buyout for Spring 2024 and $5000 for Summer 2024 with the possibility of renewal for the next academic year.

While IHLA is specifically looking for expertise in the broad categories of ‘Healthy Workforce,
Healthy Communities’, ‘Resource Efficiency and Disaster Preparedness’, ‘Health Analytics and
Informatics’, we welcome applications from any faculty from any department or college who
wish to enthusiastically contribute to the success of our mission.

To apply, please send the following to no later than November 27,

  • Current CV
  • One paragraph summary of past research efforts and a one paragraph summary of your
    long-term goals
  • One page letter of interest
  • Letter of support from your department chair or dean

Learn more about IHLA and our values.

If you have any questions about the program, please contact Jessica Schwind at

Last updated: 5/9/2024