Faculty Fellows Program

The Faculty Fellows Program is one of the major initiatives of the Center for Teaching Excellence, in cooperation with other centers and groups at Xavier. Fellows spend a summer and one semester working on a project that will significantly impact curriculum, teaching, scholarship, and/or other academic activities at Xavier and within the field of higher education. In addition to furthering specific efforts in their respective areas, the fellows will be leaders in engaging other faculty members in constructive dialogue about Xavier?s future. It is expected that the Faculty Fellow will disseminate results of the project internally, across faculty and academic departments, as well as externally, where appropriate.

For 2014-2015, the CTE is hosting two faculty fellows:

For 2013-2014, the CTE hosted three faculty fellows:

  • Conway Fellow for Jesuit Education (sponsored by the Conway Institute for Jesuit Education
  • Faculty Fellow for Expanding a Faculty Learning Community Project 
  • Faculty Fellow for Implementing a Faculty Legacy Project

 For 2012-2013, the CTE hosted three faculty fellows.

  • Conway Fellow for Jesuit Education (sponsored by the Conway Institute for Jesuit Education
  • Faculty Fellow for Expanding a Faculty Learning Community Project
  • Faculty Fellow for Student Engagement: Implementing the AAC&U?s High-Impact Educational Practice

For 2011-2012, the CTE hosted three faculty fellows.

In 2010, the CTE designated three faculty fellows:

  • Conway Fellow for Jesuit Education
  • Faculty Fellow for Community-Engaged Learning
  • Faculty Fellow for Sustainability