Applications open for Stanford Introductory Studies Fellowship to Diversify Teaching and Learning

by Graduate Division Staff
Monday, January 09, 2023 11:14 AM

The Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE) at Stanford University is now accepting applications for teaching fellowship positions in the first-year requirement. Multiple positions with potential terms between three and four years are available.

The program seeks candidates from all fields in the Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, and STEM, and especially value interdisciplinary scholarship and teaching. Positions are available in two of the programs that satisfy the first-year requirement: COLLEGE (Civic, Liberal, and Global Education) and SLE (Structured Liberal Education). External candidates may choose to be reviewed for one or both types of positions.

The selection committee encourages applications from candidates whose backgrounds and life experiences bring additional perspectives and dimensions to the University’s teaching mission. They have a strong preference for candidates who will have a PhD by June 2023, or earned the PhD no earlier than 2017.

All positions, whether the working title is COLLEGE Teaching Fellow or SLE Lecturer, are full-time academic staff in Stanford Introductory Studies and receive standard Stanford employee benefits including health insurance. The annual salary will be at least $80,194 (paid over 12 months). Academic staff in SIS have access to at least $2,000 each year to support research expenses.

Applications will close on February 1, 2023.

Learn more and apply on the fellowship website.