Teach at the Collins Living-Learning Center
Is there a course you've always wanted to teach, but never had the opportunity?
Have you designed a multidisciplinary course that doesn't quite fit into your department's curriculum?
Collins Living-Learning Center invites faculty members and advanced graduate students with teaching experience to submit course proposals each semester for the following year. This is an opportunity to teach a unique course in a special setting.
Collins courses carry university credit and are open to all IU undergraduates.
PROPOSAL DEADLINE FOR CLASSES TO BE TAUGHT IN FALL 2011: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20
The 3-credit Collins seminars are limited to a maximum of 20 students (15 in the case of fine arts classes) and meet at the Collins Living-Learning Center, which is fully-equipped for multi-media teaching.
Faculty and graduate student instructors receive $5000 for a 3-credit course. In addition, they are given $400 to spend on materials or activities, a parking pass, and meal points for dining with students.
GO TO www.indiana.edu/~llc/ for details. (Click “Instructors.”)
Questions? Call or email Ellen Dwyer: 5-8905, firstname.lastname@example.org