The Liberman Fellowship is a unique professional-development opportunity for doctoral students in Arts & Sciences departments. The fellowship is administered and supervised by The Teaching Center, in coordination with the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences.
Liberman Fellows learn about, implement, and refine effective teaching methods, including effective uses of technology. Trained and mentored by The Teaching Center's Bryn Lutes (Assistant Director, Teaching and Technology) and Beth Fisher (Director), the Liberman Fellows develop and deliver two types of technology workshops for graduate students: Using the Blackboard Learning Management System and Teaching with Technology.
Fellowship responsibilities begin in May and last for one year, with the time commitment concentrated in the summer. Fellows receive a summer stipend. Fellowship applications are solicited by The Teaching Center each year late in the spring semester. Three or four fellows are selected each year.
For more information about the Liberman Fellowship, contact Dr. Bryn Lutes.