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Call for Applicants: Fellowships for Graduate Student Teaching

Published: Tuesday, 10 Jan 2017
Author: Galena Marie Rhew Ostipow
Department: Center for Gender in Global Context

Application Deadline: JANUARY 20, 2017

The Center for Gender in Global Context will be hiring advanced PhD graduate students as instructors for Summer 2017 to teach core courses WS 201, WS 202, and WS 203. These courses can be taught either online or in a conventional classroom setting, with preference given to online courses. Students applying to teach must be doctoral students engaged in some aspect of women's and gender studies, and be advanced to candidacy. Qualifications must include some combination of the following:
• Previous degree in Women's and Gender Studies
• Enrollment in or completion of graduate specialization: Gender, Justice, and Environmental Change (GJEC) or Women's and Gender Studies
• Previous teaching experience

Instructors will be selected by the Graduate Sub-Committee of the GenCen Curriculum Committee. Applications must include:
• A cover letter expressing the student's interest and experience in and qualifications for teaching a specified course
• A proposed course syllabus
• A current C.V.
• A letter of support from the student's major advisor

Electronic submission of materials is encouraged, emailed to gencen(at) (materials must be in either Word or PDF formats). Hard copies will also be accepted, sent to the below address.

Please send all application materials to:
Graduate Student Course Instruction Selection Committee
Center for Gender in Global Context
206 International Center
427 N Shaw Lane
East Lansing, MI 48824


Application Deadline: JANUARY 20, 2017

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