Program Description

View the Faculty Fellows Application (For Informational Use Only) (PDF)

Faculty Fellows

The Center for Teaching and Learning Faculty Fellows Program is designed to give individual faculty members the opportunity to serve in a leadership role in a professional development area of her/his choosing. Such issues may include: online teaching and learning, researching teaching and learning, effective techniques for large lecture classes, adjunct faculty support, peer review, teaching strategies for difficult courses, mid-career faculty development, etc.

The expectation of the program is that the selected fellows will serve as a mentor/support for other faculty within their chosen topic, create a university-wide workshop on their topic, create a deliverable (article, white paper, learning module) for future faculty use and participate, as much as possible, in the broader workings of the center. Faculty Fellows, if selected, are eligible for workload equivalency to complete the project.

All Faculty Fellow project resources are housed in the Center for Teaching and Learning Blackboard Learn course. You can request access to the course to view these resources.

Applications for the 2020-2021 academic year will be accepted from all full-time Tenure Track and full-time Non-Tenure Track faculty members.

Applicants must submit a current vitae as well as a letter signed by her/his academic unit administrator (department chair, school director, college dean or regional campus dean) which indicates support for the faculty member’s application to the Center for Teaching and Learning at (ctl@kent.edu). 

If selected, the faculty member will receive a 3-6 hour workload equivalency to work in the center within their proposed leadership area. The faculty member’s unit will receive funds to cover costs associated with workload reallocation.


For more information or to discuss your application, please contact CTL director, Dr. Jennifer Marcinkiewicz at jmarcink@kent.edu. You may also contact the Center for Teaching and Learning at 330-672-2992 or ctl@kent.edu.

Application questions limited to no more than 300 - 600 words each include:
  • Proposed project identifying goals of the project, relevance to the university or discipline and expected product.
  • What will the impact of this leadership experience by on your own professional development and/or why are you interested in participating?