The University of Queensland’s Teaching Fellowship Scheme promotes excellence in teaching and learning through supporting educational leadership in line with University and Faculty strategic priorities. The Scheme has been designed to support innovative, relatively short-term projects that will improve teaching and learning practices within the recipient’s Faculty, School or discipline.
Applications are now open for 2017!
Once again, ITaLI is offering funding of $50,000 to one Teaching Fellow from each Faculty. The aim is to fund fellowships that significantly address the goals and/or initiatives identified in the UQ Student Strategy White Paper. Teaching Fellows conduct activities over a period of six months, and receive support from ITaLI staff in the planning, conducting and evaluation phases of their project.
Key dates associated with the 2017 UQ Teaching Fellowship Scheme are detailed below.
If you would like to know more about this scheme, Professor Doune Macdonald will be hosting an information session for staff interested in applying for a Fellowship Thursday 13 October from 10–11am in Room 202a, Learning Innovation Building 17, St Lucia Campus. More information is available on the UQ Teaching Fellowship website.
Contact Amy Chow (email@example.com or 334 63480) if you have any further questions regarding the 2017 UQ Teaching Fellowship Scheme.
You may also wish to contact your Associate Dean (Academic) who is responsible for submitting Fellowship nominations to ITaLI.
Faculty of Business, Economics and Law
Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology
Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Faculty of Science