The Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE) at Stanford University is now accepting applications for three-year teaching fellowship positions in the Civic, Liberal, and Global Education (COLLEGE) first-year requirement program, recently launched in Autumn 2021. COLLEGE courses support first-year students in achieving a successful transition to college-level learning, while inviting students to examine the purpose of college and their own role in society and the world. We seek candidates from all fields in the Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, and STEM, and especially value interdisciplinary scholarship and teaching. We encourage applications from candidates whose backgrounds and life experiences bring additional perspectives and dimensions to the University’s teaching mission.
Eligible candidates will have earned a doctorate in a relevant field, conferred no earlier than 2016 and no later than June 2022.
- The COLLEGE Fellowship is open to internal Stanford candidates, which means holders of Stanford PhDs, or current or recent Stanford postdoctoral fellows. We expect to hire 10-12 fellows, each for a single three-year term (non-renewable).
- The Stanford Introductory Studies Fellowship to Diversify Teaching and Learning is open to external candidates. We expect to hire 3-5 fellows, each for a single three-year term (non-renewable).
Applications will close February 1, 2022, and must be submitted through Interfolio according to the instructions on the respective fellowship page. We expect to begin first-round interviews in mid-March and to extend offers in May.
Questions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note: Stanford will close for winter break on Friday, Dec 17, re-opening on Monday, Jan 3, so we will not be available to answer any questions during this time.