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Deadline: Zuckerman Institute’s Teacher-Scholar Program

May 24, 2021
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Are you a high school teacher in New York City?

Do you teach science or math, or have an interest in brain science? If so, this fellowship is for you. Based at Columbia University’s Zuckerman Institute, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Teacher-Scholar Program offers an opportunity to learn about cutting-edge neuroscience research and be part of a team creating educational materials to bring neuroscience to the classroom. What’s it like to be in the Teacher-Scholar Program? Check out some of our teacher experiences on Twitter and Instagram.

This is a paid, 1-year fellowship at Columbia University.

Click here to apply and learn more!


Eligibility: The Teacher-Scholar Program is open to high school science teachers currently employed by any public, independent, or parochial school in New York City. Teachers must have at least two years of experience teaching by the start of the Teacher-Scholar Program. Applicants must be a US citizen or resident alien. Middle school teachers will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

We welcome applications from alumni of the program, with no limit on the number of prior years in the program. All alumni are welcome to attend the public lectures at any time.

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