Laurier Teaching Fellowship Program
Deadline for the 2014/2015 Teaching Fellowship applications is April 14, 2014!
Accountable to the Associate Vice President: Teaching and Learning and administered by the Office of Teaching Support Services (TSS), the Laurier Teaching Fellowship Program is designed to: recognise individuals for their educational leadership and teaching excellence, promote innovative teaching and learning practices across the university and facilitate dialogue and collaboration among faculty on teaching learning and student success.
Laurier's Teaching Fellows will be individuals who have demonstrated exceptional contributions to teaching and learning and have established an exemplary record of achievement in educational leadership. The Fellowship will enable Fellows to pursue an individual program of activities designed to enhance teaching quality and, as well, will establish a network of excellent teachers who will collaborate to promote teaching excellence and student success across the university community.
Applications are invited and shall include:
- A recent curriculum vitae
- A teaching dossier (20 pages max.), including demonstrated evidence of successful teaching/practice and educational leadership
- A project plan outlining proposed goals, activities and budget, including a description of the proposed contributions to your Faculty/Library and/or broader university community, and your plans for disseminating the results
- Letters of support from the Dean/University Librarian and Department/Program Chair/Coordinator