External Fellowships and Institutes
AAC&U Meetings and Events
AAC&U sponsors a variety of continuing programs—meetings, workshops, and summer institutes for campus teams—that bring together college educators from across institutional types, disciplines, and departments.
See Upcoming AAC&U Events and Meetings
Governor's Teaching Fellows Academic Year Symposia 2015-2016
The Governor's Teaching Fellows Program was established by Zell Miller, governor of Georgia, 1991-1999, to provide Georgia's higher education faculty with expanded opportunities for developing important teaching skills. The program is offered through the Institute of Higher Education at the University of Georgia. This nomination process is being facilitated by the UNG Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership (CTLL).
Application Deadline: March 13, 2015
The University of North Georgia seeks applicants to become the UNG nominees for the Governor's Teaching Fellows (GTF) Academic Year Symposia 2015-2016
To be considered, please follow the application process outlined below.
Nominees are selected based on the following criteria:
- teaching experience
- interest in continuing instructional and professional development
- ability to have an impact on their campus
- status of full-time, regular faculty
To apply, please clearly identify in all documents the particular program for which the applicant is submitting materials. Please fill out the GTF online application and attach these documents:
- Letter of nomination from a department head or coordinator
- Letter of intent from the nominee
- Current curriculum vitae
- One to two page teaching philosophy statement
Documents should be submitted via the GTF online application. Address documents to GTF Nominations Committee.
If you have questions about the nomination process for UNG, please contact Mary Carney (678-717-3628 or email@example.com).
Institute for Pedagogy in the Liberal Arts 2015: Community Engagement
Communities of Engagement suggests that institutions looking outward while inviting inward have connected in multiple ways to the larger public—in service learning programs, through public scholarship, in internship programs, through tackling the tough problems of ethics, through leadership in global issues of sustainability and global citizenship, for examples.
IPLA 2015 will provide a four-day experience for faculty and administrators from liberal arts colleges, research institutions, and state universities who hope to establish and extend their own communities of engagement.
May 12-15, 2015APPLY: https://app.oxford.emory.edu/WebApps/Forms/index.cfm?fuseAction=ipla-Form;
(Select ONE track from Tuesday/Wednesday and ONE from Thursday/Friday)
GTF Academic Year Symposia 2014-2015
Laura Ng, English
GTF Academic Year Symposia 2013-2014
Jennifer Graff, Visual Arts