Global Challenges Teaching Award - Climate Change
Climate change is rapidly defining everyday life around the globe.
Do you run an undergraduate class at a US or UK university that speaks directly to climate change? Find out more about what this Award can do for you to expand the reach of your teaching for one of your existing classes.
Education is essential not simply in order to understand climate change but in order to take steps to combat the effects of a changing environment in a way that is equitable and just. Climate change, though, is a global problem and we need to develop global citizens who can work together.
The Global Challenges Teaching Award in Climate Change will support a pair of teaching faculty – one at a US university, one at a UK University – to co-deliver a virtual exchange programme on climate change.
A successful application will receive:
- An honorarium of $5000/£3750 for the awardee (faculty member). This can be spent however faculty see fit and can be used to support Teaching Assistant travel. The honorarium will be paid out in two payments, the first at the start of the training, the second on completion of the training.
- A technical support fee of $2500/£2000 for the awardee’s higher education institution. This will be payable on completion of the training
- Travel for the awardee and a member of administrative staff to the US/UK to visit their partner institution, up to a value of $5600/£4000
To submit an application you must meet the following criteria:
- You are currently teaching an undergraduate class that relates to climate change
- You must be able to demonstrate support of your home university
Rather than creating a new course from scratch, we're asking that an existing class that you currently teach be adapted for co-teaching. Co-teaching with a US or UK counterpart across the Atlantic would take place as a virtual exchange.
Before you begin your application, please read our application instructions.
Please apply by 5.00PM GMT on Monday 13 December 2021 through our application portal where you will be asked to complete the following:
- Personal details
- Academic CV
- Short answer questions on your motivation for the programme and the suitability of the course you are proposing
- Syllabus document outlining your existing undergraduate programme
- Example of your work (lecture notes, recorded lecture)
- 3 letters of support from your department head, your university international office and an external referee.
Shortlisted applications will be invited to interview in the week of January 24th, 2022.
Ready to apply? Get started in our application portal.