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I was wondering if anybody here knows about fellowships for teaching positions...I am a researcher in a university with teaching experience in lab techniques...moving into more classroom teaching...
I was wondering if there are fellowships for PhDs with research experience to support teaching careers...so the university may not have to pay much of the salary and I may have some flexibility in choosing jobs...
maybe its a long shot, yet who knows
doors open for the brave explorers!!!;0
much luck to all!!:)
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You may apply for a Fulbright Scholarship. The only catch is that you have to go to a third world country to teach natural science. That should be of no problem for brave explorers.
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You could also check vacancies at local colleges. Often they advertise teaching lectureships (at least they do in the UK) that do not require you to have a teaching degree (like schools do).
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