ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM ROSE Fellows will have the opportunity to develop activities and/or reform their courses to better enhance undergraduate education in their classroom by participating in a year-long, mentored program facilitated by the ROSE leadership team. In the fall semester, fellows meet each month to discuss research, participate in professional development, and collaborate to achieve shared goals. Fellows are eligible to receive a fellowship stipend of $1,500 per year and an additional $500 for course supplies/materials to support their activity development and/or course reform efforts. Fellows work one-on-one with a ROSE faculty collaborator to finalize a course redesign plan and course budget. Once you are a ROSE fellow, you are a member of our community. During and in the post fellowship period, there will be opportunities to publish with ROSE collaborators and funds available to attend conferences.
WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2021-2022 ROSE FELLOWS. Prospective applicants should download this file, complete the questions, and send it to Dr. Jeff Morris (email@example.com) along with a CV by MAY 1, 2021. All college and university faculty are eligible, but we are especially interested in faculty from community colleges, HBCUs, and primarily undergraduate institutions.
Here are the 2020-2021 ROSE Fellowship Participants: Diann Jordan - Alabama State University Dominique Ingato - MiraCosta College Mytien Nguyen - Southern State Connecticut University Maura Palacios Mejia - Mt. San Antonio College Mary Gutierrez Phillips - Tulsa Community College Erin Richard - University of Kentucky Johnny Vang - North Carolina State University Fang Cindy Xie - Bellevue College
Below are the 2019-2020 ROSE Fellows: Erin Arnold - Jefferson State Community College Mary Smith Ellison - Lawson State Community College Claudia Ihl - University of Alaska, Fairbanks Christa Mulder - University of Alaska, Fairbanks Anna Pina - University of Texas, El Paso