The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) supports faculty in advancing inclusive and equitable instruction on-campus. Through workshops, consultations, programs, and awards, we are the central campus resource for cultivating teaching excellence. To recognize, honor, and benefit from the wisdom of leading teacher-scholars at Berkeley, we have developed the Faculty Fellows award. This is a competitive academic year fellowship for educators across campus; both tenure-track faculty and Unit 18 lecturers are eligible to receive this honor. We seek to appoint educators with a demonstrated track record of honoring and including diverse student perspectives in their classroom and designing classes that engage their students in active and critical thinking in their disciplines.
CTL Faculty Fellows will be recognized campus leaders who will work closely with the CTL Faculty Director to ensure that CTL programming is aligned and engages with the most contemporary ideas, questions, and concerns that Berkeley faculty have.
To achieve this goal, CTL Faculty Fellows will be regular contributors to CTL workshops and programs and would have the opportunity to publish articles and ideas on the CTL website and the Teaching Bi-Weekly newsletter, which is sent to all instructors of record on-campus every two weeks. CTL faculty fellows will be recognized at the Distinguished Teaching Award (DTA) ceremony on-campus at the end of the year and their names will be included on the “About” page of the CTL website throughout the year of their term