Applicants must be in years 2-7 of a doctoral program at Columbia University as of Fall 2020.
Fellows receive stipends of $2,000 ($1,000 at the end of each semester). Fellows are also provided with individual consultations, peer mentoring, logistical event support, and a budget for food and refreshments at their events.
The Lead Teaching Fellowship at the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is a professional development opportunity for doctoral students who are committed to promoting pedagogical practices and conversations among graduate students. Fellows participate in a series of meetings at the CTL, organize teaching-related workshops in their home departments, and act as liaisons between their peers and the CTL. Required activities entail approximately 30 hours per semester for a total of 60 hours.