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TEK (Transdisciplinary Educational Approaches to Advance Kentucky), the University of Kentucky's new Quality Enhancement Plan, and the Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching are pleased to invite applications for the first cohort of TEK Faculty Fellows for the 2023-2024 academic year.

Critical to implementing transdisciplinary educational approaches, TEK is leveraging the expertise of faculty in preparing students with the targeted transdisciplinary skills for the workforce and for advancing Kentucky. The purpose of TEK Faculty Fellows is to support faculty in: (1) developing new transdisciplinary courses, and (2) redesigning existing courses to focus on one or more essential employability skill as outlined in the TEK Student Learning Outcomes. A Faculty Learning Community (FLC) has been established for TEK Faculty Fellows to support faculty professional development. Both tracks of faculty development follow an annual cycle and cohort design whereby faculty apply during the preceding spring semester, engage in preparation over the summer, and participate in a faculty learning community (FLC) beginning in August and finishing in May.

Applications are due at 5:00 PM on Monday, April 24.

Download the full call for applications