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Graduate Teaching Fellowship
CHAT provides Graduate Teaching Fellows with research support and offers them the opportunity to teach innovative interdisciplinary humanities courses. This includes a stipend, tuition, benefits, and $1000 in research funding.
Fellows receive office space at the Center and participate in the bi-weekly CHAT Fellows Seminar, where they present part of their manuscript for discussion and critique.
Fellows teach a course of wide humanistic concern related to their research or creative interests. The fellowship is contingent on the pledge of one or more departments or programs to offer the course.
Eligibility for Graduate Teaching Fellowship
This fellowship is available to Temple graduate students in good standing who have completed all course work for the degree and who have support from the department(s) or program(s) offering the course.
Applicants must work together with the department or program chair or curriculum representative in proposing a course for consideration. Past and current Graduate Fellows are ineligible to receive a second fellowship..
Application for Graduate Teaching
Applications are reviewed by faculty outside your home department. Each candidate submits :
- A short cover letter identifying the fellowship you are applying for
- a statement of proposed research or creative activity (4-6 pages double-spaced) and a description of the current state of that work
- a description of the proposed course including major texts or materials and a projected schedule. A complete syllabus is unnecessary.
- a current C.V.
- a confidential letter of reference by a faculty member familiar with the candidate’s work, preferably the dissertation director, sent separately by the recommender.
Electronic submission of applications to firstname.lastname@example.org is preferred. Print materials may be directed to the address below. Contact Peter Logan (email@example.com) with questions.
Eligible candidates may apply simultaneously for the Graduate School Senior Doctoral Fellowship and the Graduate Teaching Fellowship. The deadline for both is identical.
You do not need to file a second copy of your application, but you must include a course description if you wish to be considered for the Graduate Teaching Fellowship.
Applicants should indicate prominently in the cover letter that they are applying to both fellowships.
Application deadline for Graduate Teaching 2011-12 is Monday, February 21, 2011.