Humanities Alliance Teaching Fellowship Application, 2018-2020
This short form provides the initial information for your application to the Humanities Alliance Graduate Teaching Fellowship program.

In order for your application to be complete, you must also submit the following information by email to info@cunyhumanitiesalliance.org:
1) Statement of Interest no more than 500 words explaining why you are interested in teaching in a community college setting and what you will bring to the community college classroom and to the cohort of Fellows and mentors in this nationally-visible program
2) Indication of all fields in which you are qualified to teach introductory humanities courses, as discussed above
3) Your CV
3) Unofficial transcript
4) Names and contact information for two references

These supplemental materials should be submitted as a single PDF. Please include “Humanities Alliance Fellowship” in the subject line of the email.

All of the materials must be submitted by February 19, 2018 for your application to be reviewed.

Name *
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GC Email Address *
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Preferred Email *
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Program *
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Year in program, as of Fall 2018 *
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Have you taught a college-level course before? *
Have you been a Writing Across the Curriculum Fellow previously? *
Please briefly describe your prior teaching experience. *
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Fellowships, teaching appointments, or other funding you have received or plan to seek in 2018-2019
If you hold or plan to seek other major fellowships, please let us know since the GC has strict caps on total funding amounts for graduate students. This will not impact our selection process.
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Indicate all of the fields in which you are qualified to teach introductory humanities courses. *
Please note when responding that the types of courses that are anticipated to be available would include: introductory survey courses in history, literature, theater, sociology and psychology; elementary language courses in French, Japanese, and Spanish; and courses such as Critical Thinking and Speech Communication, where students build humanities-guided thinking and communication skills. Please note that courses have specific requirements, and the final course assignments for the program will be determined during the selection process.
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What is it about these fields, in particular, that you are excited about teaching? *
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In what ways have you used a WordPress website? *
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In the first semester of this program, you will be required to shadow a LaGuardia faculty mentor by attending their course. You will also be required to attend monthly workshops at Laguardia Community College and weekly meetings at the Graduate Center. In the past, these workshops and meetings have been held on Friday mornings. Do you have commitments for the Fall 2018 that may create scheduling conflicts? If so, please describe. *
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