Teaching Fellows serve as the instructors of record, with independent responsibility for a course. They work under the supervision of a department or program chair in the division or school in which they teach. They are also considered apprentice teachers and, as such, must participate in the University Pedagogy Seminar and New Faculty Orientation before or during the semester in which they teach. Teaching Fellows are selected through the University Teaching Fellowship Program application process, coordinated by the Office of the Provost. Teaching Fellows teach courses in the discipline of their own graduate major, in related disciplines in which an interdisciplinary approach to teaching is encouraged or warranted, and in courses designed to develop general research skills and other proficiencies, such as mathematics and statistical methods and foreign languages.
Call for Teaching Fellows: Applications are now available for Teaching Fellowships for the academic year 2013-2014. Applications are due by November 15, 2012. For additional information, see the university-wide call document.