The Reinert Center is currently accepting Innovative Teaching Fellowship applications from full-time, permanent teaching faculty at Saint Louis University who wish to teach in our innovative Learning Studio. The Fellowship provides for a course release to support course (re)design work prior to teaching in the Learning Studio, as well as instructional design assistance during the semester of teaching.
The current Call for Applications is for the following Fellowship period:
The application process for the Innovative Teaching Fellowship involves both pre-submission activities and completion of the required application form. All parts of the application process are required and are intended to prepare faculty to be as competitive as possible. (A complete PDF of the Call for Proposals also may be found here.)
Faculty interested in applying for the Innovative Teaching Fellowship must complete the following two steps prior to preparing their applications. Both are required for applications to be considered.
After attending both the Pre-Application Information Session and their Pre-Application Consultation, applicants should:
Applications will be reviewed by Reinert Center staff and past Innovative Teaching Fellows. Successful applications will provide clear and thorough answers to all application questions and will make visible that the Learning Studio is an essential space for the proposed course.
Priority consideration will be given to applications that:
Applicants also are encouraged to consider including collaborative distance learning projects.
Completed applications, including the signed dean/chair Statement of Support Form, must be submitted to Mary Cook in the Reinert Center (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than 5 p.m. on Monday, February 23, 2015. Final selections will be made no later than Monday, March 2, 2015.
Questions about the Reinert Center, or this fellowship, may be directed to Gina Merys (email@example.com).
This page was last updated on Thursday, January 15, 2015