Doctoral Fellowship – Project of Interdisciplinary Pedagogy

I am writing to announce the sixth year of a fellowship opportunity for UW
doctoral students and to ask for your help in publicizing it.  The Graduate
School Fund for Excellence and Innovation (GSFEI) and Interdisciplinary Arts
and Sciences (IAS) at the University of Washington Bothell are collaborating
to offer a teaching fellowship for 4-6 doctoral students who have been
advanced to candidacy and are interested in the theory and practice of
interdisciplinarity and interdisciplinary pedagogy.

Fellows in the Project of Interdisciplinary Pedagogy (PIP) work closely with
faculty mentors in IAS, participate in a day-long workshop focused on
interdisciplinarity and interdisciplinary course design and pedagogy, teach
one interdisciplinary course each quarter on the Bothell campus in an area
related to their teaching and research interests, and engage in quarterly
workshops with the other graduate students and faculty mentors in the cohort.
Further teaching opportunities during the 2013-2014 academic year may also
become available.

Fellows will be compensated at the appropriate annual Graduate Student
Service Appointment rate, including tuition waivers, and will receive an
additional stipend of $750 for their participation in the early fall and
quarterly workshops.  For more information about eligibility and application
procedures and the program itself, please go to the PIP website:
<> .   Or, feel free to contact the
co-directors of PIP for 2011-2012: Bruce Burgett (
<> ), David Goldstein (
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Bruce Burgett
Professor and Director
Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, UW Bothell
Graduate Faculty, English, UW Seattle
Box 358530, 18115 Campus Way N.E.
Bothell, WA 98011-8246
Office: 425-352-5350; VM: 425-352-5403; FAX: 425-352-5233