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Multiple fellows positions open

Multiple fellowship positions are open for faculty at IUPUI.

First, the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs and the Center for Teaching and Learning invite interested IUPUI faculty to join the Forum Fellows.

The purpose of the position is to generate a greater sense of community among faculty on the Indianapolis, Columbus and Fort Wayne campuses;  support professional development in areas that intersect with teaching (e.g., mentoring, inclusive teaching, multicultural competency); and encourage innovation in teaching and scholarship. Supporting projects that involve interdisciplinary sharing and exchange among faculty from different schools is particularly valued.

The Forum Fellow position is a part-time appointment for one to two years. It  should be ideal for an individual devoted to student learning and interested in gaining professional development experiences that could provide a foundation for future leadership positions. 

The Office of Academic Affairs is also looking for two faculty fellows to serve as Faculty Advancement and Leadership Development Fellows.

Chosen fellows will provide leadership for developing and delivering workshops in support of promotion and tenure for faculty (both tenure-track and non-tenure-track), supporting the Leading and Inspiring Faculty Together Mentoring Circles, and collaborating with the IUPUI Next Generation 2.0 program. The combination of responsibilities will be determined based upon the interests, preferences and expertise of the candidates chosen.

The part-time Faculty Fellow position should be ideal for an individual interested in gaining experience working with campus-wide academic administration and devoted to the work of mentorship and faculty development in higher education. 

For all positions, candidates should submit the following information to by June 30:

  • A letter of one to two pages providing evidence of the qualifications outlined above and describing special projects or areas of interest to explore in this position.
  • An abbreviated curriculum vitae.
  • Indication of support from the department chair or dean.

Questions may be directed to Margie Ferguson at