Future Faculty Fellows Program

The Future Faculty Fellows Program, sponsored jointly by the Graduate School and the Center for Teaching and Learning, is a yearlong professional development program that brings together 15 innovative and dedicated teaching assistants from across campus to talk about, reflect upon, and improve their teaching, while preparing them for the academic job market and the rigors of their first faculty positions. Experienced teaching assistants with demonstrated teaching passion and who will be preparing for careers in higher education are invited to apply to the program.

The application period for the 2019-2020 Future Faculty Fellows Program is now open. All application materials are due by March 7, 2019 at by midnight (PLEASE NOTE THE DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED, therefore information sessions are scheduled ahead of the deadline date).

Announcement of 2018-2019 Future Faculty Fellows

The Future Faculty Program

Application Criteria: 

Application Process: 

Complete the Applicant Survey: https://ugeorgia.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1Y9kBlRH9Lg8K1v 

You may preview the survey by clicking here (please note, any dates in the preview are pending).

Complete the Faculty Support Survey: https://ugeorgia.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3ZNUMvyBrCoon0p 

Have a faculty member at UGA familiar with your teaching complete this survey on your behalf. Completion of the Applicant Survey will trigger a request to the faculty member you indicate to complete this survey. Please follow up with the faculty member to ensure they complete the survey.

All materials are due by Friday, March 1, 2019, at 5:00 p.m.

TA Policy requirements at the time of application.

Questions regarding the Future Faculty Program should be directed to Dr. Zoe Morris, Assistant Director of Teaching Assistant Development and Recognition, Center for Teaching and Learning at zoe.morris@uga.edu.

Want to learn more about the program's history? Check out the following:

Comments or questions? Email Dr. Zoe Morris (zoe.morris@uga.edu).


Comments or questions? Email us at ctl@uga.edu or use the comment form.