Special Teaching Opportunities

The Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education offers a wealth of unique and engaging teaching opportunities. Many of these programs will provide you new ways to think about teaching, learning, and your own research interests.
Faculty Teaching Opportunities
The Arts Intensive (AI) Program offers faculty the opportunity to teach small groups of Stanford students passionate about art.
Each quarter, one Stanford professor serves as Faculty-in-Residence in each of the BOSP program locations. These faculty teach classes in their own disciplines, often developing courses that incorporate unique features of the local culture and environment or that provide comparative perspectives on a particular topic.
Introduce first- and second-year students to the concepts and methods of a discipline in a small group setting focused on your research interests.
Learn about current job searches in Stanford's PWR.
Sophomore College offers faculty a unique teaching experience, in which students have no other obligations and are solely committed for the three weeks to their SoCo seminar. The program provides faculty a pedagogical laboratory in which they can experiment with experiential learning components and incorporate out-of-classroom activities.
Thinking Matters courses are all team taught, generating creative collaborations between Stanford faculty and post-doctoral fellows selected through a competitive national search.
The Community Engaged Learning team is a partnership between the Haas Center for Public Service and the Center for Teaching and Learning (Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education).