Cromwell Fellowships for Faculty
Our Faculty Fellows program supports faculty developing new courses and programs with a specific focus on academic technology and interdisciplinarity.
Civic Engagement and Ethics in Course Development
For projects to create or revise courses and develop pedagogy that integrate the study of ethics and/or civic engagement as a significant component of the learning objectives or course experiences. Such experiences might include collaborating with co-curricular programs on campus or in the community. This Fellowship is supported by the Holstein endowment.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Course Development
For projects to create or significantly revise courses that promote understanding and meaningful engagement with different perspectives and experiences, including those of historically underrepresented and marginalized groups.
Innovative Pedagogy in Course Development
Support to a faculty member create or re-vamp courses that are designed to make the most of the resources in the office of Instructional Technology by introducing a significant technological component to the class.
Interdisciplinary Course Development
Support to one or more faculty members to create courses that are designed to examine important issues from multiple interdisciplinary perspectives.
Interdisciplinary Program Development
Support to bolster an existing interdisciplinary program (minor, concentration, or track) or exploring possibilities for the creation of a new interdisciplinary program (major, minor, concentration, or track).