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CTLI Graduate Fellowship Information Session

CTLI Graduate Fellowship Information Session Online

The Graduate School and the Center for Teaching & Learning Innovation (CTLI) at Michigan State University invites applicants for the 2024-2025 graduate fellowship cohort. Fellows can expect to join a welcoming community to learn with us, influence the future of higher education, and further develop as leaders and public scholars by becoming a Graduate School/MSU CTLI Fellow.

Graduate fellows will explore spaces where educators come to learn and think differently about teaching and learning, while building and exercising skills in design, facilitation, and collaboration. The CTLI Grad Fellowship is one of the MSU Graduate School’s teaching cohort fellowships but is not a conventional teaching or research fellowship, meaning its end goal is not solely the production of an academic peer-reviewed research product. CTLI Fellows’ work contributes to real outcomes that impact campus. Being a CTLI Grad Fellow means joining a diverse team of interdisciplinary experts to improve MSU as a teaching and learning institution.

Any PhD student interested in learning more is invited to join fellowship co-directors, Drs. Makena Neal and Ellie Louson, for a brief overview of the fellowship and application process, followed by an extended question and answer period. 

More details about who should apply, expectations and compensation, and more can be found at the CTLI Grad Fellows webpage

Friday, April 12, 2024
10:30am - 11:30am
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Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
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