Western’s Fellowship in Teaching Innovation

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The purpose of the Fellowship in Teaching Innovation award is to encourage faculty members (full-time and part-time) to pursue teaching innovations at Western University.  The Fellowship exists primarily, but not exclusively, to support undergraduate and professional school teaching (excludes postgraduate medical education programs) at the University, matching Western’s commitment to the highest standards and quality of undergraduate education. 

Amount: Two Fellowships of $10,000 are awarded annually. 

Deadline: March 1, 2023 

Description: Teaching innovation projects may take many forms, such as developing new strategies for student engagement or initiatives involving the novel incorporation of educational technology into classroom settings. The award may be used to develop teaching innovation projects through the purchase of release-time, support for graduate students, acquisition of technology, or to attend teaching conferences. 

Application procedures: https://teaching.uwo.ca/research/grants/fti-award.html 

An information session will be held on February 8, 2023 at 10:30 a.m. via Zoom.  This session is intended for those preparing applications in the current cycle.  To register, login to your Connect account and then click here

Note: The Fellowship in Teaching Innovation is a one-year grant to support an innovation and research on the impact of the innovation.  It is separate from the Teaching Fellows Program, which is a 3-year educational leadership role with time buyout and research funding). 

For further information, please contact the Centre for Teaching and Learning at ctl@uwo.ca

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