Type of Appointment
This is a one-year appointment (starting in August 2017). Fellows will be expected to maintain their faculty responsibilities while balancing the administrative responsibilities of this position. Appropriate workload arrangements will be made with the relevant college and negotiated depending on the faculty background, but a one course reduction is typical. Fellows will receive a $7,500 stipend for successful completion of year-long appointment.
Candidates must be tenured graduate faculty with a strong record of engagement in your graduate program and graduate student mentorship. Ideal candidates will be articulate, organized, and engaged advocates for the graduate enterprise (faculty, students, and programs) who are able to collaborate successfully with diverse groups across campus to advance multiple goals and projects.
Please send your letter of application and current CV to Leslie Hunter (firstname.lastname@example.org) with “Grad Faculty Fellow” in the subject line by May 26th, and be sure to cc: your graduate coordinator and chair on the email so that they are aware of your application. Your letter of intent should address the following:
- Why are you interested in becoming a Grad Faculty Fellow?
- How will this advance your professional development and/or career goals?
- What types of projects would you be most interested in working on with us in AY17-18?
- Your qualifications; what strengths, skills, and/or experiences would you bring to this role?