The Rutgers Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (RASTL) provides advanced graduate students with the opportunity to meet monthly with faculty and administrators to review issues related to undergraduate instruction and contemporary higher education. In addition, under the auspices of the TA Project (TAP), RASTL offers programs to help graduate students learn to teach from both a general and a discipline-specific perspective.
RASTL comprises the Leadership Team, Faculty Fellows, and Graduate Student Fellows, each of whom participate in regular meetings, planning sessions, and seminars. In addition, the Fellows take part in presenting TAP’s programs and seminars.
Are you a faculty member or experienced teaching assistant at Rutgers who is passionate about effective and inclusive pedagogy? Are you interested in being an active member of a diverse community of fellow educators looking to improve the student experience and develop new teaching skills? If so, we encourage you to email email@example.com for more information on how to apply to be a RASTL fellow. Please note that graduate student fellows must be in a PhD program, have at least two semesters of teaching experience, be in good academic standing and be recommended by their Graduate Program Director. Applications are considered on a rolling basis when space allows.