The Doyle Faculty Fellowships are part of the Doyle Engaging Difference Program, a campus-wide collaboration between the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS), the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, and Georgetown College. Information below pertains to CNDLS' Doyle Faculty Fellowships. (For information on the Berkley Center's Doyle Seminars, please see their website.)
Georgetown faculty are encouraged to consider participating as a Doyle Faculty Fellow during the 2013-2014 academic year. Doyle Faculty Fellowships are open to full-time faculty teaching introductory or lower-division undergraduate courses. Fellows are asked to redesign a course so that issues of diversity, difference, empathy, and student experience play a central role in the course. They also participate as members of the Doyle fellows cohort, which meets regularly during the fellowship year to reflect on pedagogical practices in community with colleagues from other departments.
Faculty Fellows receive intensive faculty development and course design assistance at the May 2013 Teaching, Learning, & Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI) and meet with their cohort monthly during both fall and spring semesters to discuss and reflect on their experiences while developing and teaching their Doyle courses. The fellows receive a stipend paid in three installments over the term of the fellowship. For more information, please see the Doyle website.