Faculty Teaching Fellowships

University Faculty Teaching Fellows

University Faculty Teaching Fellowships support faculty who demonstrate a strong commitment to teaching who are actively participating in the scholarship of teaching and learning research. The fellowship includes funds for a teaching release, travel, research supplies, and a GRA/GTA line.

Direct questions to Laura Carruth (CETLOE Director) at lcarruth@gsu.edu

2021 Faculty Teaching Fellows

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Fellows

Omer Ari, Ph.D.
Middle & Secondary Education
College of Education and Human Development

Project Title: Cognitive Consequences of Interdisciplinary Experiences in College Students
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Sarah Friedman, Ph.D.
College of Arts & Sciences

Project Title: Strategies and Challenges When Teaching Race and Racism
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Olga Glebova, Ph.D.
Computer Science
College of Arts & Sciences

Project Title: Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning in Large Introductory Programming Courses
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Paulo Hildag-Odio
College of Arts & Sciences

Project Title: Decolonizing Geosciences Research and Instruction: An Exploration Via Field-Based Courses
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Kevin Hsieh, Ph.D.
Art & Design
College of the Arts

Project Title: Voice for the Voiceless: Responding to a Racial Pandemic Through Art
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College to Careers Faculty Fellow

Esra Tanyildiz, Ph.D.
Public Management and Policy
Andrew Young School of Policy Studies(CoA)

Project Title: Developing a Skills Workshop for Public Management and Policy Students
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Information on the Faculty Teaching & Learning Community (Faculty-TaLC) these fellows will lead will be available on the Faculty TaLC page soon.

There are two tracks. Please clearly indicate your track in your application materials:

  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
  • College to Careers

Requirements to Apply

  • Be a full-time faculty member
  • Serve as a teaching fellow by leading a Faculty Teaching & Learning Community (Faculty-TaLC)
  • Conduct research in the area of teaching and learning or college to career
  • Demonstrate a commitment to excellence in college teaching
  • Participate in a scholarship of teaching and learning conference

Applications are submitted via the CETLOE Faculty Fellows Applications iCollege page and are due May 7, 2021 by 5pmYou may submit applications beginning on March 15.

Nominees should submit:

  • A CV that highlights teaching and research in the scholarship of teaching and learning or strong commitment to teaching.
  • A 1250-word project description that focuses on teaching and learning research
  • A budget for the year (including any expected travel, summer support, student assistants, equipment, teaching release time, etc.)
  • A letter from your chair approving the application (this can be a saved pdf of an email exchange or a scanned letter)
  • A copy of your teaching philosophy

Submit your materials via the iCollege “CETLOE Faculty Fellows Applications” course page. You can search for this course in your list of iCollege courses. Go to the “Assignments” tab and click on the “2021-22 CETLOE Teaching Fellows Applications” folder.

Previous Faculty Teaching Fellows

2020 Faculty Teaching Fellows

2019 Faculty Teaching Fellows

2019 CETLOE Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) Fellows

2018 Faculty Teaching Fellows

2017 Faculty Teaching Fellows

2016 Faculty Teaching Fellows

2015 Faculty Teaching Fellows