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Wisconsin Teaching Fellows and Scholars Program

Would you like to collaborate with colleagues? Re-energize your work? Possibly transform your approach to teaching and learning? Keep reading!

The Wisconsin Teaching Fellows & Scholars program offers UW faculty and teaching academic staff an opportunity to collaborate with other exceptional teachers from across the UW System and from various disciplines. Through this program you will discuss illuminating works from pedagogical literature and complete a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) project with input from fellow participants and the program co-directors.

UW-Eau Claire will be nominating two candidates; one early career educator for the Fellow position and one later career educator for the Scholar position.

Participants develop a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) project with support from the program during the summer of 2018 and the 2018-19 academic year.

Program Requirements:

  • Attendance at four OPID-sponsored events throughout the year required:

    • Faculty College, May 29 to June 2, 2018, UW-Richland, Richland Center, WI
    • Wisconsin Teaching Fellows &Scholars Summer Institute, June 11-15, 2018, Madison Concourse Hotel
    • Wisconsin Teaching Fellows &Scholars Winter Retreat- January 2019, 2 days TBD
    • Final meeting- 1 day, TBD
  • Consultation and recording of SoTL project's progress throughout the program year
  • Submission of SoTL project to UW System's APEI.
Each participant will receive $4,000 summer stipend in financial support from their institution and a $500 S&E grant from OPID.


Please click on the links below to access a document with more information about the WTF&S program and to access the WTF&S application form. You do not need to complete a budget form at the time of application. Complete and submit the application to CETL, OL 1142, or by email by November 3rd, 2017. For additional information please contact Angie Stombaugh, or 836-4500.

For additional information from UW System, click on this link.

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