February 2, 2021 | Rukshana Jalil We are pleased to announce that applications are now open for our Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 peer-to-peer faculty seminars. Please share this call widely with your CUNY colleagues and visit our website [cuny.edu] for the full invitation and application form: Andrew W. Mellon Transformative Learning in the Humanities Faculty Fellows (Mellon TLH Faculty Fellows) Mellon TLH Faculty Fellows will work together in their cohorts to share and develop active, creative, participatory learning practices and pedagogical research designed to engage our CUNY students and help ensure their success in and beyond the classroom. They will receive $1,500 for their participation as well as formal recognition honoring their pedagogical work as a significant contribution to CUNY’s mission. CUNY faculty in the humanities, arts, and interpretive social sciences at all ranks, including adjuncts and graduate students, who are teaching at CUNY campuses are eligible to apply (What is included in “interpretive social sciences”?). Faculty must be teaching during the seminar (If I am not currently teaching due to the pandemic, can I still apply?). TLH welcomes BIPOC faculty and faculty committed to equity, social, and racial justice. Faculty teaching introductory courses are welcome and encouraged to apply. For further questions about eligibility and more, please consult our FAQ. To learn more about this opportunity, please visit our website [cuny.edu], which details the logistics of the seminars, the commitment of Mellon TLH Faculty Fellows and their students, and the link to the application form itself. Applications are due on or before March 15, 2021. If you have any questions or would like to connect with us, please send us an email at TLH@cuny.edu. We look forward to hearing from you, Annemarie Nicols-Grinenko (Director), Cathy N. Davidson (Faculty Director), Shelly Eversley (Faculty Director), Christina Katopodis (Executive Director), and Khanh Le (Assistant Director) Related This entry is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International license.