How to Apply
- Name, email, phone and fax numbers
- Project Proposal (faculty applicants) (3000 characters maximum). Student applicants may, if they wish, invite a faculty member to share in writing a project proposal and submit a joint application.
Must include the following sections:
- Describe the project. What are you attempting to accomplish with your project? What are the main goals/aims? What methods are you considering for your project?
- Describe the problem your project is addressing at our school. How will this project help fill a need in the WR2 curriculum? Who will benefit?
- State a hypothesis/prediction about the changes that might result from your project.
- Describe barriers you envision and resources you will need for your project.
- How will you know if you accomplished your goals; i.e., how will you evaluate whether your project resulted in the outcome you were aiming for?
- One page Curriculum Vitae that includes your teaching experiences and other educational activities
- Brief personal statement (1 page maximum) explaining your career path and the role medical education and the Scholars’ collaboration would have in furthering your career goals.
- Letter of Support from Department Chair or Division Chief for faculty applicant; from Society Dean for student applicant. If necessary, this letter may be submitted following the submission of your other application materials.
Please submit your application materials electronically, to Carol Chalkley (email@example.com). Applications must be submitted by December 10, 2008. Those chosen to become Scholars will be notified in January 2009. The first meeting will be scheduled for February, 2009. If you have any questions, contact Ms. Chalkley at 368-3783 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terry Wolpaw, MD
Associate Dean for Curricular Affairs