SMART FY 2016 Sex Offender Management Fellowship Program – The purpose of the SMART FY 2016 Sex Offender Management Fellowship is to help the SMART Office enhance its capacity to provide assistance and support to public and private colleges and universities on their prevention and response to sexual violence and exploitation on college campuses. The goal of this fellowship is to build a foundation within the field of sex offender management for the integration of effective approaches to sexual violence prevention and educational programming on college campuses. The fellowship will focus on prevention of and education about sexual violence and other sex offending behaviors on college campuses. The fellow will work with the relevant program offices within the Office of Justice Programs (Office for Victims of Crime, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, the Bureau of Justice Assistance, the National Institute of Justice, and the Bureau of Justice Statistics), as well as the Office on Violence Against Women and other federal agencies. The SMART Office anticipates the fellow will work from remote locations full-time. However, the Fellow is expected to appear onsite at the SMART Office in Washington, DC once per quarter, and throughout the life of the award. Applicants who propose more narrowly focused fellowships that focus on their own specific interests will not be considered responsive to this solicitation and will not be forwarded for peer review. Additionally, please note this fellowship award is not intended to support individual pursuits in research or other academic work. Current Closing Date for Applications: April 25, 2016.