New this year, the Provost Office Fellows program will provide support for up to three fellows to work on an important university initiative.
Through the fellowship, the Office of the Provost will provide funding for a related workshop/conference (up to $2,500) as well as a $2,500 stipend for the year. Provost Office Fellows will roughly work three to four hours per week during the academic year. Fellows may be faculty or staff and should gain permission to pursue an initiative prior to application.
The 2019-20 fellows are:
Katie Ruetz, director of graduate admissions in the Graduate School
Initiative: Adult Student Program Development, working with Chief of Digital Learning David Schejbal
Kristin Haglund, professor in the College of Nursing
Initiative: Community Engaged Faculty Mentorship Curriculum Development, working with Office of Community Engagement Executive Director Dan Bergen
Caroline Oas, adjunct assistant professor in the Office of International Education
Initiative: Faculty Development: Inclusive Teaching and Pedagogy, working with Vice President for Inclusive Excellence William Welburn and Associate Vice Provost for Academic Support Programs and Retention Anne Deahl
More information is online.