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Announcing the STEM Pedagogy Institute

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    Dear Colleagues,

    We are pleased to invite applications from CUNY faculty to participate in the 2022 STEM Pedagogy Institute (SPI) at the CUNY Graduate Center. Faculty from all disciplines who are teaching STEM-related courses may apply to become STEM Pedagogy Fellows (SPFs), where they will work with colleagues from across the CUNY system to develop, refine, and implement inclusive and employment-oriented strategies in their courses. The SPI will meet for three days in June 2022, and then regularly throughout the Fall 2022 semester.

    30 selected SPFs—including 10 advanced doctoral students—will receive a $5000 stipend to support their participation, and will be placed into one of three cohorts working in the following areas: Community Science, Computational Methods in the Sciences, and Early Research Immersion.

    Interested parties can read more about the SPI at http://cuny.is/spi. The application process is detailed at http://cuny.is/spi-app. Applications are due March 7.

    Please don\’t hesitate to reach out with any questions.


    Luke Waltzer, Ph.D.
    Director, The Teaching and Learning Center
    The Graduate Center, CUNY
    365 Fifth Avenue, Room 3300.19
    New York, NY 10016
    http://cuny.is/teaching

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