Job Location: SIAS, Krea University, Sri City
About the School of Interwoven Arts and Sciences (SIAS), Krea University:
The School of Interwoven Arts and Sciences at Krea University offers a distinctive undergraduate curriculum in the humanities, social sciences, literature, arts, and sciences, taught by distinguished faculty from some of the world’s finest academic institutions. The academic programme emphasizes their guiding principles of lnterwoven Learning, a multi-directional approach to knowledge that encourages creativity, critical thinking, communication, contemplation, cross-disciplinary approaches, real-world implementation, and the ability to negotiate unanswered questions.
About the Position:
The Teaching Fellow Program in the School of Interwoven Arts and Sciences (SIAS) at Krea University invites you to teach and tutor undergraduate students by applying for a Teaching Fellow position. In the Teaching Fellow program, you will have an opportunity to participate in the innovative curriculum design and pedagogy being developed at Krea University. You will also have the opportunity to work closely with our faculty in all aspects of classroom engagement.
The Teaching Fellows Program at Krea University has been envisioned keeping two principles in mind. First, early-career researchers are often unsure about pursuing an academic trajectory that incorporates both teaching and research largely because they lack prior teaching experience to make an informed decision. The Teaching Fellow program at Krea addresses this imbalance by providing a conducive environment for early-career academics to explore pedagogy first-hand with the full support and mentorship of the Krea faculty. Second, in order to promote a symbiosis between research and teaching, we encourage our Teaching Fellows to seek and leverage opportunities for professional advancement within and outside the Krea learning environment.
Educational Qualification: Candidates with a Masters’s degree or a related field, an MPhil or those currently pursuing a PhDs are also welcome to apply. The remuneration package is competitive.
- A cover letter that describes your academic interests, your experience as an academic instructor if you have tutored or taught before, and why you’re interested in teaching undergraduate
- A chapter from your thesis or a substantial piece of academic
- One letter of recommendation that speaks of your calibre and potential as a scholar and instructor, explaining why you are suited to teach undergraduate students in your
- Email these materials to: [email protected].Please write to this email address if you have any questions.
- Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed
Please visit the below link for further details on the job posting and application requirements:
Note: We are an equal opportunity employer and all candidates will be considered for employment. However, due to the large volume of applications we receive, we are unable to contact each candidate individually regarding the status of their application. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interview purposes.
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