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Read STF Udergraduate Educator Profiles
What's it like to teach at a small school? Conduct online classes? Work at a two-year college? With profiles of educators from a wide range of post-secondary institutions and backgrounds, "Pathways to Teaching Outside the Doctorate" offers answers to these questions and more. In each profile, faculty explain in their own words their teaching philosophies, early-career steps and choices, skills needed to grow professionally, and suggestions to new educators for career success.

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Fifteen Scholar Alumni have been interviewed about their participation in the Program and share how the experience has affected their teaching and professional lives. Take some time to read their stories and the advice Scholars have for prospective applicants.

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