The Undergraduate Program in Public Health Studies offers several teaching fellowships for doctoral students from the Bloomberg School of Public Health. The fellowships are designed to foster innovation in the undergraduate curriculum while developing the teaching skills of graduate students. Two types of fellowships are available:
Gordis Teaching Fellowship
Through support from the Deans of the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the Gordis Teaching Fellowship program supports up to ten Fellows per year to teach small, seminar-style courses in the Undergraduate Program in Public Health Studies. Gordis Fellows will receive $6000 per course.
Africana Studies Teaching Fellowship
Through support from the Center for Africana Studies, the Africana Studies Fellowship supports one doctoral student per year to teach a small, seminar-style course jointly offered by the Africana Studies and Public Health Studies programs. The Africana Studies Fellow will receive $6000.