The Provost Teaching and Learning Fellows program was jointly established by the Provost and the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) in Fall 2016. The aim of the program is to strengthen teaching and learning in the colleges through an embedded system of ongoing instructional support and special initiatives. Seventeen disciplinary faculty in the colleges were selected by their deans to partner with professionals in CTL, in order to promote environments where diverse learners can excel.
Provost Teaching and Learning Fellows serve a two year term and meet regularly throughout the academic year to engage in collegial discussion of topics related to teaching and learning at Georgia Tech. Together with their College cohorts, the Provost Teaching and Learning Fellows develop and pursue initiatives related to teaching and learning in their specific College. These initiatives are informed by discussions with key leaders in their college, and are intended to both raise the profile of teaching, and positively impact the overall learning environment.
All Provost Teaching and Learning Fellows receive an annual stipend and are expected to attend one teaching and learning conference during their two-year term.
Nominations and applications for the next cohort of Provost Teaching and Learning Fellows will be solicited during the Spring 2020 semester.