Teaching, Learning & Assessment Fellows 2018-2019
The Center for Teaching & Learning is pleased to announce that we are accepting applications for faculty interested in being a Teaching, Learning & Assessment Faculty Fellow. There are up to four fellowships available for the 2018-2019 academic year. The Teaching, Learning & Assessment Fellows are designed to either enhance and/or assess student learning at CUH in alignment with Title III grant goals (see Award Preference section below).
Each award recipient will receive a $2,500 stipend at the end of the project, following the submission and review of tangible scholarly products and presentations by August 31, 2019.
From the Title III grant implementation plan, preference will be given to projects that:
- Include SoTL manuscript preparation and submission for publication;
- Prepare and/or enhance Institutional and Program Assessment Plans;
- Create an instructional environment that reflects appropriate, relevant and meaningful (ARM) instructional technology integration;
- Increase the use of innovative active learning methods and teaching tools;
- Create interactive electronic learning objects; and
- Increase undergraduate research by creating a process for students to select and engage in research and experiential learning.
What is Required of the Fellow?
At a minimum, the Faculty Fellows will be required to:
- Offer one University-wide workshop in either the Spring or Fall semesters during Title III year (Oct. 2018-Sept. 2019).
- Produce a tangible artifact related to the work accomplished during the Fellow funding year. Tangible artifacts might include a summary of the work accomplished during the funding year. The summary can be in the form of a short paper, an electronic learning object (a video or resources for the CTL website), or even an infographic.
- Deliver on any other project or service as outlined in the faculty fellow application.
Complete our online application form: https://goo.gl/forms/RAv5enzYQa5wkHEi2
Applications are due by September 28, 2018. Faculty should expect to begin working on their projects in October 2018 and submit tangible scholarly products and presentations by August 31, 2019. Stipends will be paid through payroll, less any applicable taxes.