Applications are closed for the 2018 Teaching Fellowship Scheme.

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. Between six to twelve Fellowships are on offer per year, with one or two allocated to each Faculty. The scheme has been designed to support innovative, relatively short-term projects that will improve teaching and learning practices and culture within the recipient’s Faculty, School or discipline. One Fellowship per Faculty is reserved for a project that converts a large course, or a suite of courses, to blended delivery mode.

Teaching Fellows will normally undertake Fellowship activities over a period of one year. Teaching Fellows will be required to undertake a residency component in the Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation (ITaLI). Fellows will have access to ITaLI staff support in the planning, delivery and evaluation phases of the project. During the residency, Fellows will be encouraged to participate in ITaLI and UQ learning communities, and will be provided with office space, a computer with network access, printing, and photocopying facilities.

Information about the 2018 UQ Teaching Fellows can be found via the links below or the full document can be downloaded here