Consider applying for the Governor’s Teaching Fellows (GTF) program. The Summer Symposium Program involves total immersion in techniques for improving teaching, student engagement, and assessment as well as the completion of a pedagogical project. Participants receive a stipend for each day of full participation on campus to assist with expenses. Lodging is provided by the Governor’s Teaching Fellows Program. Any full-time, regular Augusta University faculty member* may apply.
In addition to the professional growth GTF fosters, fellows experience an environment that facilitates dynamic, constructive exchanges of ideas, leaving them rejuvenated and with a renewed sense of purpose.
Applicants should send the following, to Judy Cooke by January 8, 2018.
A committee composed of former GTF fellows will review applications. The Office of Faculty Development and Teaching Excellence will work with nominees to complete the application procedure. Colleagues who participate in the GTF program will be expected to share information about their project and their experience as a Fellow with the campus community at a faculty development event.
If you would like to talk with a form Fellow, please contact Rob Bledsoe in the Office of Faculty Development and Teaching Excellence.
Program Dates: May 14-18, 2018
May 21-25, 2018
* Full-time, regular faculty member” is defined as full-time, tenure-track faculty or the equivalent permanent position. Given the increasing proliferation of universities’ position designations other than ‘tenure-track,” it is possible to compete for nomination with a designation other than full-time, tenure-track, but additional application materials, including but perhaps not limited to a strong support letter or letters from the university’s upper-level administrator(s), will be required. If you are interested in applying and carry a position designation other than full-time, tenure-track,” contact the Dr. Rob Bledsoe, Associate Director of Faculty Development.
Thomas Artelt, Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Social Work
Priscilla Hartley, College of Nursing, Department of Physiological and Technological Nursing
Lisa Sanders, Medical College of Georgia, Department of Emergency Medicine
Niki Christodoulou, College of Education, Department of Advanced Studies and Innovation
Seth Jelinek, Medical College of Georgia/UGA Partnership