The Graduate Teaching Fellows (GTF) are a cohort of graduate students from various disciplines who work with faculty in the Center for Teaching and Learning in support of TA and future faculty programs. As graduate student ambassadors for CTL, they support and extend our reach into their academic units. GTFs facilitate TA Orientation and other workshops on teaching for graduate students and postdoctoral scholars. They also conduct classroom observations and individual consultations with TAs and other graduate students/postdoc instructors. In addition, each GTF is developing an individual project that advances graduate student teaching development on campus.
Check out their bios to learn more about the 2018 Graduate Teaching Fellows cohort.
Are you interested in joining the next cohort of GT Fellows? GT Fellows develop mentorship, leadership and management skills, enhance their teaching and learning expertise, and build connections with fellow graduate students. Graduate Teaching Fellowships are 1-year positions, with eligibility for renewal, and will receive a summer training stipend ($500) and an annual stipend ($1,500 per fall and spring semesters). Fellows contribute about 4 hours per week or 60 total hours per semester.
Applications are open now and will close March 15, 2019.
- Ph.D. candidate making satisfactory progress toward degree.
- Two or more semesters as a teaching assistant or instructor of record.
- Completion of or participating in Tech to Teaching certificate program preferred.
- Ability to work independently and collaboratively through teamwork.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Interest in pursuing a career in higher education.
- Advisor or departmental approval to participate in the program.
Direct questions to Dr. Kate Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.