The UQ Teaching Fellowship Scheme aims to support teaching and learning leaders to undertake activities that will advance teaching and learning in their Faculty, School or discipline and thereby contribute to UQ’s commitment to enhancing student outcomes.

UQ Teaching Fellows are expected to:

  1. Identify a teaching and learning issue within their Faculty, School or discipline and facilitate an approach to addressing this issue (note at least one Fellowship per Faculty is reserved for a project that converts a large course, or a suite of courses, to blended delivery mode).
  2. Significantly address one or more of the goals and initiatives in the UQ Student Strategy White Paper.
  3. Develop leadership in researching, promoting and enhancing teaching and learning within their Faculty, School or discipline.
  4. Establish and build on partnerships in teaching and learning within their Faculty and the University.
  5. Contribute to the intellectual life of ITaLI (e.g. presenting a seminar, joining discussion groups) and the broader UQ community of teaching and learning scholars.
  6. Disseminate (via presentations, publications, blogs etc.) the outcomes of the project in an engaging and timely manner.
  7. Manage their budgets in accordance with that which has been approved.
  8. Contribute to an informal check-in, in person, and provide two reports to the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning).