In light of UNC Charlotte’s commitment to diversity, inclusion and building a strong intellectual community of scholars from different backgrounds, the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences is recruiting promising doctoral candidates for three (3) competitive Summer Pre-Doctoral Diversity Teaching Fellowships. The purpose of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences' Pre-Doctoral Diversity Fellowship is to support the early development of scholars who show promise of distinguished academic careers and who are from historically underrepresented groups.
Applications should include a brief statement of the grounds of eligibility. Pre-doctoral teaching fellows will teach a single course during first Summer session.
There will be a significant department and faculty mentoring component involved with this fellowship. The department must outline a mentoring and professional/career development plan for the Summer and identify the available and potential resources in the unit to support the fellow during the Summer. The host department must identify a faculty member or research team responsible for mentoring the fellow.
UNC Charlotte will provide regular professional development opportunities (teaching, mentoring, job search, etc.) for the fellows throughout the course of their appointment.