The Residential College in the Arts and Humanities (RCAH), in collaboration with the Graduate School at Michigan State University (MSU), announces the RCAH Graduate Fellowship Program in Undergraduate Teaching and Learning for MSU graduate students. The RCAH is an interdisciplinary college with a strong commitment to social justice, civic engagement, the visual and performing arts, and world languages and cultures. The primary goals of the multidisciplinary program are to provide a diverse group of graduate students committed to a career in undergraduate education with professional development opportunities outside of regular classroom instruction; and to prepare Fellows to make meaningful contributions to the scholarship on teaching and learning in areas important to the RCAH.
Graduate students selected for this full-year program will participate in weekly meetings with other fellowship recipients, outside speakers, students and/or faculty members on topics related to undergraduate education; engage the scholarly literature on undergraduate teaching and learning; and complete a project that contributes to the life of the RCAH. Fellows will be encouraged and supported to disseminate project results peer-reviewed journals, and at conferences, including our year-end symposium. Each fellow will receive $7500 to help support project expenses and/or travel to a conference to disseminate findings.
To learn more about the RCAH Graduate Fellowship Program, an information session will be held on Monday, March 22, 2021 at 6pm.
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.