Current UO Faculty are not eligible to apply, presumably because that would mess with UO’s monopsony wage discrimination scheme. InsideHigherEd has the job ad here, some snippets:
The Robert D. Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon is offering a Virtual Faculty-in-Residence (FiR) Award to enhance course offerings in areas promoting equity and inclusion. This award will support a non-University of Oregon faculty member to teach one course in the CHC in either winter or spring term 2022. The course will be taught remotely. The proposed 400-level course can be offered twice a week or weekly. …
UO employees are not eligible to apply. The award carries a $12,000 stipend. …
To apply, please send the following to email@example.com. Review will begin on August 1, 2021:
- Short (500 word) letter of interest that addresses the contribution the proposed course could make to our curriculum (information about the CHC’s recently updated curriculum can be found here)
- Curriculum Vitae
- Evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g. evaluations, student feedback, peer reviews, syllabi)
- Syllabus for the course to be taught that includes a course description, course objectives, and sample readings and assignments
- One-paragraph (500 words or less) description of a one session seminar for CHC faculty members on a topic and readings from the awardee’s area of specialization
- A description of experiences working at HBCUs or mentoring African American or Black students.
Questions can be addressed to Carol Stabile (firstname.lastname@example.org), interim dean, Clark Honors College.