We are excited to share that applications have been accepted for 2023-2024 Faculty Fellows. The Faculty Fellow program is open to faculty from all academic disciplines, ranks, and appointments, including IRC faculty.
Faculty Fellowships are 1-year awards with a $2,000 stipend. Faculty Fellows select an area of focus related to innovations in teaching practice or emerging trends/research and develop a program (e.g., a community of practice or a short course for the TIPS Course Development Institute) for faculty, sharing their expertise and elevating the critical work of teaching at CU Denver. Faculty Fellows also serve as advisors and colleagues with TIPS Division staff. They also serve the broader campus community by sharing their expertise in 1-on-1 faculty consultations and/or classroom visits (when available).
We have six fellowships, including areas of focus on two strategic priorities for CU Denver and the TIPS Division. Descriptions of the categories for CETL Faculty Fellowships are as follows:
Faculty Fellow, Open Pedagogy (1-2 Fellowships Available)
Open pedagogy is an area of growing importance for CU Denver. However, efforts in this area often focus on developing or evaluating open educational resources; many avenues exist to explore and lead within the broader lens of open pedagogy. Some possibilities include the following:
Faculty Fellow, Inclusive Pedagogy (1-2 Fellowships Available)
Inclusive pedagogy is of key importance to our student's success, our campus's identity, and our goal of becoming an institution that welcomes and empowers all learners. There are many possible avenues to explore within inclusive pedagogy; here are a few examples:
Faculty Fellow, Teaching Practices & Innovations (2-4 Fellowships Available)
This category is intended to be open to faculty areas of interest related to teaching practice and innovations. We are excited to learn about your areas of passion and expertise!