A key feature of the Salzburg Semester has been CAS faculty journeying to Salzburg and offering courses that our undergrads can take during their semester abroad. Those interested in being a Salzburg Faculty Fellow for a semester will have their teaching in Salzburg counted in-load.
Application for fall 2024 and spring 2025 Salzburg Faculty Fellow position can be found here; deadline is January 17, 2023. Application is also relevant for faculty applying to May Term 2024 (1 spot) and May Term 2025 (2 spots).
All applications will be evaluated by the Salzburg Advisory Board. In coordination with the Salzburg Director, Katie Baber, this faculty group will make its recommendation to Interim Dean Kathy Feeley.
Below are details regarding the Salzburg Faculty Fellows Program:
Faculty Fellows will teach two blocks of the Salzburg Semester in Fall or Spring. Teaching will commence 4-5 weeks after the start of the University of Redlands semester. It will cover 8 weeks, including a block (4 weeks) prior to the Salzburg Fall or Spring Break and another block (4 weeks) after the break. Faculty Fellows should propose teaching that ideally takes advantage of the Austrian, European, international, or global nature of the Salzburg Program and/or its nature as an interdisciplinary program in the arts and humanities.
During the semester in which a Faculty Fellow offers a Salzburg course, they will be considered to have a 2-course semester. This means that the faculty fellow will need to offer 3 courses in their non-Salzburg semester and 1 course during the May term. For example, if teaching in the Spring Salzburg Semester, the faculty member’s load would be 3-2-1 (fall-spring-May term) for the academic year.
It is also expected that the Faculty Fellow will be willing to share their activities abroad with other faculty and staff through the Salzburg Symposium and/or the Faculty Forum. Former fellows may also be asked to serve on the Salzburg Advisory Board.
The Dean’s Office will work with the department or program of the Faculty Fellow to cover the 2 courses not being taught as a result of the fellowship.
Anyone interested in applying to be a faculty fellow is encouraged to consult with the Salzburg Director, Katie Baber, as well as former faculty fellows and Austrian faculty members. A list of faculty fellows and contact information for the Austrian faculty can be found at the Salzburg Semester webpage: https://www.redlands.edu/study/study-away/cas-study-away/programs/salzburg-semester/.