COLLEGIUM OF UNIVERSITY TEACHING FELLOWS
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The Collegium of University Teaching Fellows (CUTF) is an innovative program that creates unique learning opportunities for both graduate teaching fellows and undergraduate students on campus. Through the program, some of UCLA's very best advanced graduate students have the opportunity to develop and teach a lower division seminar in their field of specialization on a one-time only basis. This experience serves as a “capstone” to the teaching apprenticeship, preparing them for the academic job market and their role as future faculty. At the same time, undergraduates enrolled in CUTF seminars have the chance to take courses that are at the cutting edge of a discipline, and to experience the benefits of participating in a small-seminar environment.
To see Winter 2013 seminars please click HERE
To learn more, or to apply for the CUTF Program please click HERE.
For students interested in attending a CUTF seminar, please visit the UCLA Registrar's page.