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Early Career Teaching Fellowship

The Institute for Advanced Teaching Learning (IATL) and the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) will be recruiting an Early Career Teaching Fellow to develop the practice of research-led teaching.

The programme will support a Warwick doctoral candidate in the transition phase between doctoral and postdoctoral careers. The Fellow will be expected to advance the development of their research and teaching careers by designing non-modular pedagogic activities, and writing research publications, conference papers, job applications, and postdoctoral fellowship/grant proposals. The Fellow will engage with the interdisciplinary activities of both Institutes. The Fellowship is available on a full-time basis, and a 12 month bursary payment is provided. Taking guidance from both Institutes, the Fellow will develop a teachable project based on their own research with a view to experimenting with it in a series of interventions: examples of such interventions might include IATL and IAS events, Teaching and Learning showcases, and workshops on the Learning and Development Centre’s Open Programme. The Fellow will spend the period of February to May 2015 with IATL, shadowing IATL staff and developing a pedagogy for their project. From May to October, they will engage with the IAS programmes, including the Academic Careers and Employment (ACE) programme, and will return to IATL from October through to the end of January to complete their learning and teaching interventions.

Further information about this role and details of how to apply will be available shortly.

Wed 02 Dec 2015, 11:09 | Tags: Work with IATL