The PFF Fellowship is an opportunity for graduate students interested in college pedagogy and other issues in higher education. The Preparing Future Faculty Fellow will work closely with PFF co-directors on S506 The Teaching of Undergraduate Sociology and on other teaching-related tasks. Moreover, the PFF Fellow will serve as the liaison between associate instructors and the department/university, organize and co-coordinate the annual Indiana University PFF conference, and participate in regional/national conferences on higher education. Fellows may be expected to average about 20 hours of work per week on PFF-related activities. Further information is available from the PFF co-directors and from recent PFF Fellows.