The Faculty Fellowship program offers professors the opportunity to develop and implement
creative, innovative, and/or experimental teaching strategies at Stony Brook. By providing
teaching replacement funds per semester (4-semesters, over a two-year period), Faculty
Fellows will be able to dedicate time to honing their pedagogical skills and produce
a polished, peer-reviewed work of scholarship based on their teaching.
Faculty Fellows will have access to a broad range of resources across campus to help
them cultivate their literature review, pedagogical strategies, and in-classroom technological
support. The Division of Undergraduate Education will oversee and manage day-to-day
requirements and needs, including obtaining institutional data that the Fellow may
need, providing venues for teaching and presentation, and most importantly, coordinating
pilot courses for the implementation of ideas.
Faculty will also work closely with the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
(CELT) in both years of the Fellowship. CELT will help coordinate assessment and
data collection on pilot programs tested during the fellowship, providing feedback
for the second year of the program.