University of California, Riverside

Gluck Program

Fellow Resources

Gluck Fellows and Gluck Fellow Applicants and OPA! Fellows

Looking for a missing form? Want some information? All forms for completion of your fellowship and CORD are here:

Would you like to be a Gluck Fellow in 2017-18? Prospective Fellow Info Open House April 19, 2017 in the Gluck Office - INTN M1016 at UCR - DROP IN AND SAY HELLO!

Gluck Fellows are regularly registered UCR graduate and undergraduate students who offer arts education programs in the community. Gluck Fellows present their programs from September - May. Gluck Fellow Handbooks (below) have all the information you need regarding fellowship obligations and financial aid support.
Graduate Student Classroom fellows: Applications for graduate students begin in April, and the Gluck Department Coordinator of the students' home department - Art, Creative Writing, Dance, History of Art, Music and Theatre - chooses the fellows from the applicant pool. 
Museum Education Fellows: The ARTSblock also have Gluck Fellows and provide programs at the UCR/CMP, Sweeney Art Gallery and Culver Center of the Arts. The Gluck Office has a fellowship for a First Sunday Museum educator.
GluckTV and Social Media fellows: The Gluck Office offers fellowships to graduate and undergraduate students who have skills in film making and social media promotion.  See the Application Pack and handbook for more details, or contact the Gluck Office.
OPA! Fellowships: OPA! Fellows - Outreach Performing Artists! - are graduate and undergraduate students who have talents to perform in the community. Audition all year.  Click here for details.

Gluck Fellowships are considered Research as defined by the UCR Undergraduate Research Program lead by Vice Provost Steven Brint.

Gluck Applications for 2017-18 are available April 1 and due May 15.  Fellows will be notified by their department by July 1, 2017. 

OPA! Fellowships (Outreach Performing Artist): The Gluck Program is looking for talented Undergraduate and Graduate students to audition and perform in public and community spaces around Riverside. Applications and handbook are below. For more information on becoming an OPA! fellow, please click here.

Classroom/Ensemble Fellow Application INFORMATION Pack 2017-18

Prospective Fellow Information Sheet - FAQs


CLASSROOM FELLOW HANDBOOK (including MoveMore, ASK, classroom fellows)

OUTREACH PROGRAM FAMILY LEARNING HANDBOOK - OPFL (including Family Learning: Museum Education, GluckTV, Mosaic, Social Media, and SOH fellows)




1 CANRA Mandated Reporter Responsibility FORM for Child Protection - all fellows

2 Waiver of Liability - all fellows

3 Media Release form - all fellows

4 Information Form:
Gluck Fellow Information Form (link to online form)
    ALL FELLOWS: Classroom Fellows in Art, Creative Writing, Dance, History of Art, Music, Theatre, ASK, Family Learning Fellows: GluckTV, SOH, OPA!, Museum Education, OPA! and  Ensembles

5 Armatus Child Protection Online Training instructions     Fellows working with children: Complete online training and send certificate

6 Gluck Program Pack

7 Availability Forms - fellows being scheduled by Gluck Office
   Availability Form - Fall: Due October 1
   Availability Form - Winter: Due December 1
   Availability Form - Spring: Due March 1

Recorded Media Release Form - Gluck Music Library, GluckTV


All Fellows must complete a self evaluation and evaluation for each site visited before disbursement is released.

FELLOW Fall Partial EVALUATION FORM for programs started, but not finished in Fall - Due December 5

INDIVIDUAL and ENSEMBLE Classroom Fellow SELF EVALUATION - online link



OPFL Family Learning, Museum Education, ARTSblock, Social Media, MOSAIC, SOH and GluckTV FELLOW Self EVALUATION - online link

Single Session OPA!: SOH, Mosaic, ARTSwalk, etc Evaluations: must submit for payment:
OPA! Single Session (SOH, Mosaic) FELLOW EVALUATION FORM - Site and Self online link


Classroom Fellows must create a Classroom Online Resource Document - CORD - so the teacher can continue enriching the class after you leave or an interested teacher can introduce their class to your subject.  The CORD is a stand alone document, and should not depend upon the teacher using the CORD having seen your program. We anticipate your work will be used for classes in the future, so please use material appropriate for Public Domain.  Below are some examples of fellows' study guides, web quests, activities, etc. You can find a CORD Style Guide here, and in your Fellows Handbook. More information and logo is in the Miscellaneous section.


Miscellaneous Resources






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