|The Honors College invites applications for a Faculty Fellow for Curriculum and Pedagogy to oversee the proposal and course development process with faculty wishing to teach an honors course (LBST H sections or HONR 3700 seminars) in the Honors College. The expected term will be two years, beginning July 1, 2021, and is renewable. The position provides a stipend but no course release. View the full details here. Interested faculty should email Dr. Malin Pereira, Executive Director, a letter expressing interest in relation to the position details and attach a current cv (firstname.lastname@example.org) by April 26, 2021.|
While any faculty member at UNC Charlotte can propose a course to teach in the Honors College, only faculty who have taught honors students and/or provided service to honors can be appointed to the Honors Faculty. Honors Faculty are a resource for Honors College students and administrators, and provide faculty governance for honors through their election of Honors Council representatives, and service on Honors College task forces and committees.
NOMINATION process for Honors Faculty
Each spring, the Honors College invites department chairs to nominate their faculty to the Honors Faculty. Nominations will be reviewed by the Honors Council and the Executive Director. The nomination form is here. Nominations are due March 15th. Appointments begin July 1, and are five-year, renewable terms.
Criteria for Honors Faculty include the following:
- TAUGHT an honors course
- PROVIDED SERVICE to honors in their department, college, or the Honors College
- ADVISED OR MENTORED a thesis/project for an honors student
- EVIDENCE of service in honors at a previous institution