Call for Teaching Fellowship Applications, 2015-2016

Eligible graduate students may apply to become Teaching Fellows for the academic year 2015-2016. Teaching Fellows serve as the instructor of record with independent responsibility for the course. They work under the supervision of a department or program chair in the Division/Program in which they teach. Teaching Fellows are distinct from Teaching Assistants, who work directly under a faculty member’s supervision.  The process for selecting Teaching Assistants will begin in March, 2015.

To be eligible, students in programs that offer doctoral degrees at The New School must be accepted into a doctoral degree program at the time of application. Students enrolled in terminal master’s programs (or programs that only offer a master’s degree at The New School) must be finished with 50% of their Master’s degree program by the end of spring 2015.  (Note: Students in the Photography and Architecture/Lighting programs must be finished with 50% by the end of the summer 2015). For additional eligibility criteria, please see the attached “Call for Applicants.”

Read the university-wide call,  information on putting together your CV, and additional information about some of the specific teaching opportunities expected to be available next year.  You can also visit the provost website for more details.Applications are due November 21, 2014 by 5PM.  Applications will be completed online through the Human Resources, where the position is posted at in the student section.  You can also access the position directly.

Contact Carolyn Comiskey with any questions.