Guest Teaching Program
Faculty share their expertise.
As you design your courses, you might consider inviting an Oxy colleague to give a guest lecture, facilitate a class discussion, lead a class field trip or debate, give a performance, etc. The Center for Teaching Excellence believes that faculty learn from watching colleagues at work and that students benefit from being introduced to a different faculty’s perspective.
Inviting faculty must be present at the class. After the class, the inviting faculty member is expected to write a (2-3 paragraph) review of the class, including how students benefited from the guest and what the inviting faculty member learned from his/her colleague’s approach. Once this is received, guest faculty will be compensated $100 (added to his/her research account).
To apply for these funds, please contact Kristi Upson-Saia (firstname.lastname@example.org) at least two days in advance of the guest lecture, but note that funding is limited so be in touch with me as soon as possible to reserve your funds.
*For budgetary reasons there will be a limit of one such honorarium per faculty member per semester.
- CTE Director: Kristi Upson-Saia, Assoc. Prof. of Religious Studies
- Office: Fowler 402
- Phone: (323) 259-2855
- Email: email@example.com