BSP Graduate Fellowship
The Bailey Scholars Program is offering the opportunity for graduate students (Master’s and PhD) in any discipline to apply to be a Graduate Fellow with the program to further their development in the scholarship of teaching and learning.
The Bailey Scholars Program is offering the opportunity for graduate students (Master’s and PhD) in any discipline to apply to be a Graduate Fellow with the program to further their development in the scholarship of teaching and learning. Please see the information below for further information about the fellowship. If you have any questions, please contact the Program Director, Jennifer (Jeno) Rivera (email@example.com). Please feel free to check out our website (https://www.canr.msu.edu/bsp/) for more information about the program in general.
BAILEY SCHOLAR PROGRAM GRADUATE FELLOWS
The Liberty Hyde Bailey Scholars Program (BSP) is an integrated learning and leadership community at Michigan State University (MSU). It was established to foster a diverse learning community where students grow with and from one another while practicing self-directed learning. The program is guided by a series of program principles focused on individual scholars, a collaborative learning community, and forward-focused radical influence. You can access a listing of the program principles at this Liberty Hyde Bailey Scholars Program Principles document.
The fellowship exposes graduate students to a learning community focused on innovative teaching and learning practices. There are two primary convener roles available for fellows in the 2020-21 academic year: Teaching & Learning or Administrative Convener. ALL graduate fellows will be part of a research learning community, where they conduct a team research project 2020-2021 academic year. When you apply for the fellowship, please indicate your interest in serving as either a Teaching & Learning Convener or an Administrative Convener. However, because the program is community-oriented and flexible, opportunities to get involved in other types of convening have been integrated into the fellowship experience.
***PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO THE COLLABORATIVE NATURE OF THIS PROGRAM, IT IS REQUIRED THAT THE GRADUATE FELLOW BE GEOGRAPHICALLY LOCATED IN THE EAST LANSING SURROUNDING AREA DURING THE FELLOWSHIP YEAR. FELLOWS WHO WILL BE GONE FOR WEEKS OR MONTHS AT A TIME (FOR RESEARCH FIELDWORK OR OTHER REASONS) WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
Deadline to apply is Thursday, April 16th at 5:00 p.m.