The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) in coordination with the Office of the Provost invites tenured Georgia Tech faculty and senior/principal academic professionals, senior/principal lecturers, senior/principal research associates/scientists, and professors of the practice to apply for the next cohort of Provost Teaching and Learning Fellows, 2022-2024.
The goal of this program is to create a “hub-and-spoke" model that connects the expertise of disciplinary faculty in each college with professionals in CTL to strengthen evidence-based teaching and learning at Georgia Tech. PTLFs work with CTL to provide an embedded system of on-going instructional support in each of the colleges and contribute to special campus-wide initiatives as well. Working together, PTLFs and CTL faculty support the professional development of all instructional faculty and enhance the learning experience for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Ideal PTLF candidates are tenured faculty, senior/principal academic professionals, senior/principal lecturers, senior/principal research associates/scientists, and professors of the practice with a record of excellent teaching who do not currently hold a major leadership role in their school or college, allowing them to devote a few hours each week to PTLF projects and initiatives. If you have a vision for both college-level teaching and learning initiatives and institutional change, please apply!
Questions? Please contact Joyce Weinsheimer.