Baylor's Graduate School Names Post-Doc Teaching Fellows for 2023-2024
In conjunction with the Baylor Graduate School, I am pleased to announce the Graduate School’s 2023-24 Postdoctoral Teaching Fellows.
The Graduate School launched the Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship in 2020-2021 with the support of the Provost’s Office and in collaboration with the College of Arts & Sciences and the Honors College. These 10-month positions include a salary of $40,000, continued access to Graduate School travel funds, the same health benefits as Baylor faculty, and mentoring and professional development activities.
We congratulate the following Baylor Graduate School graduates who will stay with Baylor over the course of this year to gain an extra year of teaching experience before entering the open job market:
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