Fellow travelers: Taking stock of faculty fellows programs in the age of organizational development

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Faculty fellows have long served as a staple of centers for teaching and learning (CTLs), but to date little to no evidence has been gathered regarding their broader impact. The current study provides a snapshot of U.S.-based faculty fellows programs today, based on a comprehensive review of CTL websites. We categorize faculty fellows programs across five modalities that reflect decades of evolution and adaptation in the field of educational development. Our findings are intended to provide the foundation for new pathways of research, practice, and inquiry regarding the implementation of CTL fellowship programs.

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educational development, organizational development, fellows, programming

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Colby, S. A. & Cruz, L. & Cordaro, D. & Cruz, C., (2022) “Fellow travelers: Taking stock of faculty fellows programs in the age of organizational development”, To Improve the Academy: A Journal of Educational Development 41(2): 2. doi: https://doi.org/10.3998/tia.844

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Susan A. Colby (Appalachian State University)
Laura Cruz orcid logo (Penn State University)
Danielle Cordaro (University of Mount Union)
Clare Cruz

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