We seek two CTL graduate fellows to join our team, working together to further CTL programs and services at WashU.
The Center for Teaching and Learning advances WashU’s mission of educational excellence by supporting a diverse community of teachers and learners. The center promotes inclusive, evidence-based pedagogy, develops teaching-focused collaborations among campus partners, and strives to create a transformational educational experience inside and outside the classroom.
To this end, the CTL is seeking two graduate fellows who will extend our current work and develop new programs and services that facilitate teaching and learning at WashU. Opportunities for fellows include supporting graduate student programming, data analytics projects, co-facilitating CTL workshops/virtual conversations, community building initiatives, developing just-in-time teaching resources, designing a new classroom observation protocol, and publishing scholarship of teaching and learning. Importantly, the CTL facilitators will work with fellows to provide them with projects that align with their professional goals and help them gain experience in the field of educational development. The fellows will work closely with CTL staff members who will serve as mentors on particular projects, including planning and scheduling sessions as well as creating materials for Fall 2024 Mentored Teaching Experience (MTE) Orientation.
We seek to hire a diverse team to complement our existing fellows. All graduate fellows will collaborate on projects as a team. Most projects will be discussed and chosen by one or more fellows with guidance from the CTL mentors. Hence, graduate fellows will be selected not only on their own expertise but also based on how they complement the expertise and experiences of other fellows.
Please apply if you are interested, even if you do not have all the qualifications listed below. You may have something else that we did not include on this list, but that provides value to our team.
Current graduate student at Washington University
Interest in and commitment to enhancing teaching and learning practices
Strong verbal and written communication skills with attention to detail
Collaborative team player who can work with diverse teams and groups
Prior experience and familiarity with existing CTL programming
Prior or current experience as Assistant in Instruction
Ability to commit 7-10 hours per week through Spring 2024
Preferred: Experience in quantitative and/or qualitative study design and data analysis
Preferred: Interest in extending fellowship into Fall 2024 and beyond
Preferred: MTE Orientation completion and at least one MTE experience
Up to $2500 stipend (paid hourly)
Fall term contract, with option to extend
Applications close November 27, 2023 – EXTENDED to November 30, 2023
Start date: January 16, 2024
For questions about this role, please contact CTL assistant directors and facilitators of this fellows program: Drs. Lisa Kuehne and Sally Wu.
Submit a CV and cover letter to Sally Wu at email@example.com, detailing your interest and relevant experiences in educational development as well as any expertise and passions that may contribute to the team. Please include “CTL Graduate Fellow” in the subject line of your e-mail message.