A Program of Professional and Pedagogical Development 

The Teaching Fellows program is a competitive two-year postdoctoral program designed to enhance the pedagogical skills and extend the research training of recent graduates of PhD programs in the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Chicago. In addition to teaching four courses—in the Core and in their home disciplines—Teaching Fellows participate in a program of professional development under the joint supervision of a faculty mentor in a relevant department or program and a CCT mentor. Fellows are expected to advance their own research agenda, participate in campus activities, and be fully in-residence during the academic year. 

For further information regarding the Teaching Fellows in the Humanities (TFH) and Teaching Fellows in the Social Sciences (TFSS) programs, including eligibility and the application process, please consult the Calls for Applications in the sidebar at the right.