A Program of Professional and Pedagogical Development

Program Description

The Divisional Teaching Fellows Program is a competitive two-year program designed to enhance the pedagogical skills and extend research training for recent graduates of PhD programs in the Humanities or Social Sciences at the University of Chicago. Teaching Fellows are expected to be fully in-residence during the three quarters of the academic year, during which they will teach four courses.  Fellows will participate in a program of professional development under the joint supervision of a faculty mentor in a relevant Divisional department or program and a CCT mentor.  Teaching Fellows are also expected to advance their own research agenda and participate in campus activities.


Teaching Fellows in the Humanities (TFH)

Review of Applications Begins: March 31, 2017
Decisions Will Be Made: by April 15

For specific information regarding the TFH program, including eligibility, the application process, the selection process, and notification information, please consult the TFH Call for Applications in the sidebar on the top right.

Teaching Fellows in the Social Sciences (TFSS)

Review of Applications Begins: April 1, 2017
Decisions Will Be Made: by early May 

For specific information regarding the TFSS program, including eligibility, the application process, the selection process, and notification information, please consult the TFSS Call for Applications in the sidebar on the top right.