Graduate Teaching Fellows

The Teaching Fellows are a dynamic group of 7-8 graduate students from Science and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) related fields, who are likely to pursue a career in teaching. They carry out research in science teaching, and offer a variety of workshops for undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate students, and instructors interested in science education and in improving their instructional skills. In addition they offer workshops for the very successful and growing Tomlinson TEAM (Tomlinson Engagement Award for Mentoring) who are undergraduate volunteer peer-mentors involved in improving the learning experience of fellow undergraduates.

This is an exceptional opportunity to develop your teaching skills and familiarize yourself with STEM education literature. Participation should benefit/assist STEM graduate students considering careers in academia. In the interest of building a sustainable program, priority will be given to candidates willing to make a commitment for a period of more than one academic year. Additionally, candidates should have participated in at least one of our workshops. 

You can find biographies of our current Fellows here.

We are hiring 1-2 fellows for the academic year 2020-2021 and the application deadline is April 1st.

Note: Applications received after the deadline will be considered for the next round of interviews.

 

Click here to apply: PDF icon graduate_teaching_fellow_application_information.pdf

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