Five faculty from a range of disciplines are seeking applications from graduate students who are interested in working with a faculty sponsor to create a new course or redesign an existing course that integrates collaborative, project-based work as a central element of the course design. This call is part of the Collaborative Project Expeditions program hosted by Bass Connections, which provides graduate students with a stipend of $1,500 to spend approximately 75 hours throughout the summer or a semester developing the collaborative project course in consultation with their faculty sponsor.
Any master’s, professional or doctoral student may apply. Applications will be reviewed as they are received, but we encourage prospective applicants to apply by no later than May 1 for summer opportunities and August 1 for fall opportunities. Browse the full list of opportunities.