Finding new teaching methodologies that interest and attract students is one of the greatest challenges faced by teachers around the world. In response, the Luksic Scholars Foundation has opened calls for two academic opportunities at Sciences Po and Babson College, aimed at university professors who are seeking to incorporate innovative methodologies in their classrooms or who work in the area of entrepreneurship, in order to enhance their professional development.
To address the challenges in education from a global perspective, the Institute for Capabilities and Innovation Sciences Po will hold an international Teaching and Learning Workshop whose call considers the participation of five Chilean academics supported by the Luksic Scholars Foundation. This opportunity is part of the ‘Faculty Seminar at Sciences Po.’
This year’s program theme is “The Future of Pedagogy Post-COVID” and will take place from June 7th to June 10th in Paris, France.
Who can apply?
This program is for professors from Chilean universities who work in any discipline; deans and administrators of higher education institutions with a mission focused on pedagogical and educational innovation; and teachers who research within the area of pedagogy.
Interested candidates can apply via this digital form. Applications close on April 22nd.
–BABSON SEE CHILE–
Also during the month of April, the annual Symposium for Entrepreneurship Educators, organized by Babson College and supported by Fundación Luksic Scholars, is open to professors from Chilean universities. This program, known as Babson SEE Chile, will take place over the course of three days, from June 13th to June 15th, in Santiago, Chile, during which teachers will learn the relevance of the way in which knowledge is transmitted.
Via this initiative, Babson College seeks to develop an international network of innovative educators in the field of entrepreneurship. Some of the topics to be addressed are managing classroom challenges; immersion-based teaching; market tests and experimentation, and learning from failure, amongst others.
Who can apply?
Professors from Chilean universities who teach and/or research entrepreneurship. Applications close on April 25th and must be sent via the following form.
Selection and admission decisions are made exclusively by the universities. The Luksic Scholars Foundation has no interference in the application, admission, selection or awarding of financial support processes.