The Doyle Faculty Fellows Program supports full-time faculty in designing or redesigning an undergraduate-level course in order to engage aspects of difference, equity, and inclusion. Fellows in the program develop inclusive pedagogies and create diversified course content to foster productive classroom dialogue on critical issues such as culture, gender, race, and religion. The program transforms the classroom experience for both faculty and students, allowing for deeper dialogue on diversity and difference as faculty employ cutting-edge techniques in teaching and learning.
Doyle faculty fellows benefit from collaboration across campus, as part of a faculty cohort supported by the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship. The program brings together faculty from different disciplines for in-depth discussions on diversity in higher education during monthly meetings over the course of the year. Fellows are also empowered to co-create a teaching community and act as resources for one another on questions of inclusive pedagogy.
Information will be available soon about applications for the 2021-22 academic year.