CIRTL at the University of Rochester strives to engage our graduate students and postdocs in teaching and learning activities, both online through the CIRTL network, and locally, through on-campus events and local learning communities.
We welcome faculty participation in our local CIRTL initiatives! Faculty can propose a project that emphasizes the instructional innovations that will be developed and the assessment of effectiveness for the TAR fellowship program.
TAR fellows will be paid $1,000 to undertake the proposed project, under the mentorship of the faculty member. Faculty proposing TAR fellows projects should budget the $1,000 stipend for supporting the fellow (or more than $1,000 if more than one fellow is desired to work on the project).
Our goals of the CIRTL TAR fellows program are as follows:
- To provide faculty with resources for designing and assessing curricular innovations
- To provide graduate students and post-doctoral researchers with training and development in the design and assessment of teaching and learning activities
- To benefit the learning of undergraduate students through the development and assessment of curricular innovations
For more information, contact CETL.