Opportunities For Faculty
Faculty planning symposia or other campus events that support LAMP's curricular goals may request LAMP to co-sponsor the event(s).
We invite faculty to request individual consultations to discuss your challenges with and concerns about teaching, particularly assignment design, integrating and experimenting with written work, oral presentations and critical use of media.
Deadline: Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Through our year-long Bacca Fellowship Program, we mentor a small cohort of faculty who each commit to trying new methods or approaches in one course which are consistent with LAMP goals. Over the course of the fellowship, LAMP facilitates individual consultations, classroom observations, group meetings, and pedagogical workshops to allow teachers a safe space to reflect upon what works, locate what could work better, and develop a dynamic plan to achieve their desired learning outcomes for students. Faculty receive $1500 in research funds as part of the fellowship
** Due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health emergency the BACCA Fellows application is currently suspended for the 2020 Season **
Deadline: Friday, May 22, 2020
The Language, Arts and Media Program (LAMP) seeks to support groups of 3-4 faculty (full time, any rank) within single departments or programs in Trinity College whose members each work to implement change in how they teach research, communication or public scholarship across media in line with LAMP goals (below.) Faculty may work on individual course projects but will meet, together with LAMP leaders, 2-3 times for support in their individual experiments and to discuss common student learning or curricular/disciplinary goals. The project can extend over one academic year or one semester, according to the needs of the participants. Previous LAMP fellows are eligible as part of a group.
Each faculty member will receive $1500 in research funds for their participation in the collective project. Each participant is expected to author or co-author a blog post describing their experiments at the close of the project and to share the outcome of their experiments with their department/program via appropriate means.