The Public Health Studies program is now accepting applications for the Gordis Teaching Fellowship, an opportunity for graduate students at the Bloomberg School of Public Health to design and teach small, seminar style public health courses for undergraduates.
Advanced Bloomberg School of Public Health doctoral students are eligible to apply for the Gordis Teaching Fellowship. Applicants must be enrolled and in residence the semester of teaching. Fellows will teach a one-semester course. In addition, fellows that receive satisfactory evaluations may be invited by the program director to teach an additional semester. Fellows will receive a taxable salary of $6,000 for each semester taught. The fellowship does not provide tuition support.
Applications are due to Caroline Barry (email@example.com) by September 15, 2017.