As Illinois State University begins to reimagine teaching with the lessons learned from the pandemic, the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology (CTLT) is seeking three tenured or tenure-track faculty members to become a Teaching Scholar-in-Residence. Through this pilot program, CTLT and the Office of the Cross Chair for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning aim to positively influence student success and enhance intellectual inquiry around learning and teaching.

The deadline to submit a proposal is Monday, March 15.

One Teaching Scholar will be named in each of the following three areas—student success; student engagement; and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Those participating in this residency program will:

  • join a community of educators dedicated to enriching intellectual inquiry around learning and teaching.
  • be in residence as an educational developer working with CTLT staff during May and June 2021, designing and implementing a three-day “deep dive” workshop on your topic during Summer Institute.
  • be in residence working with CTLT and/or the Cross Chair to complete a project related to their residency focus during the fall of 2021.

Up to $6,000 is available for each Teaching Scholar-in-Residence, contingent upon the completion of program goals.

Read more and submit a proposal on CTLT’s website.