ABL Teaching Fellows Summer 2016
Dr. Lynne Hinojosa
Honors College

Dr. Lakia Scott
Department of
Curriculum & Instruction

David Smith
Ph.D. Candidate in English

Elena Venegas
Ph.D. Candidate in
Curriculum & Instruction

Past Teaching Fellow Recipients
Dr. Matthew Fendt
Department of
Computer Science

Dr. Heidi Hornik
Department of Art

Dr. Kristen Pond
Department of English

Dr. Joseph Stubenrauch
Department of History

Karl Aho
Ph.D. Candidate in Philosophy

Sarah Rude
Ph.D. Candidate in English

Teaching Fellows Program

This summer the Armstrong Browning Library is offering two teaching fellowships to encourage the use of the library’s collections in Baylor graduate and undergraduate curricula.

  • The fellowships are open to full-time Baylor faculty members (which can include tenured and tenure-track faculty, lecturers, and senior lecturers) and
  • Graduate teaching assistants (teachers of record)

Recipients of the teaching fellowships will receive a stipend of $1,000 (after taxes) and are expected to spend at least one week (20 hours minimum) at the Armstrong Browning Library where they will be paired with a librarian who can provide guidance on the library’s facilities, collections, and services. The specific week chosen should be convenient to both the teaching fellow and his or her partner librarian and should occur between May 15 and August 11.

Teaching fellows will be required to submit a 1-2 page document containing a description of how they intend to incorporate collection materials into a course. Due no later than two weeks after the fellow’s time in residence, the document will be posted on a website dedicated to teaching with special collections at Baylor. Teaching fellows will also be expected to share their experiences with other faculty and graduate students by presenting on how they used collection materials in their classes in one of the Academy for Teaching and Learning’s Seminars for Excellence in Teaching (SET) or in another appropriate venue.

To apply, candidates should send a curriculum vitae and a brief statement (not to exceed two pages) describing the course for which they intend to use the library’s collections and the learning objectives they hope to achieve. Applicants should also indicate when they will be available to complete the fellowship at the library. The application materials should be sent by email to Jennifer Borderud, Interim Director of the Armstrong Browning Library, by April 7, 2017. Recipients will be notified by April 21, 2017.

Applications will be evaluated based on their potential to enhance teaching and learning and will be reviewed by the library’s two librarians and the Margarett Root Brown Chair in Robert Browning and Victorian Studies. Recommendations will be sent to the Dean of University Libraries who will make the final decision.

To learn more about the library’s collections, visit baylor.edu/library/abl. For additional information, contact Jennifer Borderud.

To see additional fellowship opportunities with the Baylor Libraries, visit baylor.edu/library/teachingfellows.