2022-23 Tang Institute fellowship application
*Due Friday, November 12 at 8:00 p.m. ET

Thank you for your interest in being a Tang Institute fellow. The fellowship application offers an opportunity to reflect on your ideas and values about teaching and learning and to share ideas aimed at impacting learning on campus and beyond it. We look forward to engaging with your responses and thoughts.

For the 2022-23 school year, the Tang Institute is excited to support faculty fellows who will work collaboratively on projects that engage the core of the academic program here at PA and have the potential to connect in a sustained way to learning happening outside of Andover. As we have in the past, we seek to support faculty teams who will work together on a common project that is interdisciplinary in nature. Examples of Institute work that model the importance of this multi-teacher, multi-disciplinary approach include the ethi{CS} project, led by Kiran Bhardwaj and Nick Zufelt, and Opportunity Insights, a project spearheaded by Liz Monroe, Ellen Greenberg, and Tedd Parker.

The support we give to faculty fellows is some of the most important work we do at the Tang Institute. We look forward to supporting new and ongoing fellowship projects during the 2022-23 school year, and working alongside our fellows through the following means:

+Meeting regularly to discuss project progress and updates.
+Identifying opportunities to share insights into fellows’ work with the Andover and external communities.
+Exploring resources and support from internal and external collaborators to enhance project scope and related output(s).

We request completed applications by Friday, November 12. This deadline will allow us to coordinate with Department Chairs and the Dean of Faculty’s Office; it will also give us time to work with applicants to refine their proposals and sketch out a work plan for Summer 2022 and the 2022-2023 academic year.

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Name *
Email Address *
Department *
Please offer a short (2–3 sentences) description of your project proposal. *
What specific questions are animating this proposal? (250 words max) *
Please tell us about the conversation you had with your department chair about this project. *
What does success look like for this project? What challenges do you foresee with this project? Are there ways to proactively address those issues? (250 words max) *
How, specifically, does your project help to create a more equitable and inclusive learning environment at Andover? (250 words max) *
What efforts have already been undertaken on campus in relation to your project? Who are partners on campus that you have spoken with? Who will you collaborate with in this undertaking? (250 words max) *
Who are potential external partners and collaborators for this project, locally or otherwise? Who are the internal audiences for this project? Who are the external audiences? (250 words max) *
How will you share your learning with the Andover community and the broader educational community? In what ways have you already begun sharing these ideas? (250 words max) *
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