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. Collins courses carry university credit and are open to all IU undergraduates.
PROPOSAL DEADLINE FOR CLASSES TO BE TAUGHT IN FALL 2012: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15
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.
Graduate student instructors receive $6728 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.
Collins is also accepting applications from faculty to teach overload courses (with appropriate compensation).
We will hold an open house where prospective instructors can meet BOEP members and the Collins director in: Edmondson Hall Formal Lounge on Friday, September 23, at 6pm (snacks included).
GO TO www.indiana.edu/~llc/ for details. (Click “Prospective Instructors.”)
Questions? E‐mail Carl Ipsen: firstname.lastname@example.org