Graduate Teaching Fellowship through Center for Teaching

To: Departmental Executive Officers
From: Christine Getz, Associate Dean for Graduate Education and the Arts
RE: Graduate Teaching Fellowship through Center for Teaching

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Do you work with a graduate student who excels at teaching?

Let them know about the Graduate Teaching Fellowship through the Center for Teaching!

Apply to be a 2018-2019 Graduate Teaching Fellow with the Center for Teaching

Graduate Teaching Fellows collaborate with Center for Teaching staff members to develop and present workshops for their departments and the university as a whole. Each fellow also designs and carries out a capstone project and refines a teaching portfolio. 

The commitment is one year for approximately 5-10 hours per month. Fellows receive a $1,000 stipend for successful completion of the following components of the program:

  • Design and implement two workshops or projects
  • Attend bi-weekly fellows community meetings (starting in August)
  • Facilitate sessions at the New TA Orientation on August 16 (must be available whole day)
  • Help plan or facilitate the TA Teaching Institute in the beginning of January 
  • Design and carry out a capstone project
  • Refine your teaching portfolio (philosophy, website, etc) with feedback from Center for Teaching staff
  • Reflect on your experience in the program

"I don’t get many opportunities to focus on teaching... Working with the Center for Teaching and the other Fellows provided me with a diverse set of teaching experiences that I’ll be able to incorporate into my academic career." - Eric Emmons, 2017-18 Fellow, Neuroscience Program

Extended deadline is April 15, see details and apply online

For more information about the Fellows program, contact Morgan Iommi.