The TLC Faculty Fellows Program was designed to expand the capacity of the Teaching and Learning Center to better serve departmental and disciplinary teaching development needs. The faculty who are selected as fellows gain professional recognition for the innovative and thoughtful work they are doing in promoting teaching and the TLC gains deeper insights into how disciplines can build on the learning research. Fellows are chosen based on their ideas for faculty development projects to be offered within their departments and/or divisions.
Faculty Fellows can serve several roles: working with TLC staff on projects to enhance the teaching and learning resources within their departments and divisions, acting as informal advisors on TLC programs, services, and new initiatives for discipline-based workshops; and serving as TLC departmental contacts for faculty on campus and for colleagues elsewhere.
Fellows receive a stipend of $2,000 for the summer planning work. Up to $1,000 additional reimbursement funding may be requested for books, materials or other expenses associated with this project. The scope of a TLC Faculty Fellow’s service might include serving the Teaching and Learning Center for a term ranging from one semester to one year, depending on the project.
Contact us if you are interested in more information regarding this program.