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The 2019 Assessment and Teaching Conference will be held on Friday, January 25, 2019. Faculty can submit proposals for poster sessions that focus on any aspect of teaching, learning, and/or assessment in their teaching practice. Topics that provide examples of innovative teaching are encouraged.

2019 Assessment and
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2018 Diversity Award Winners

The Office of the Provost, in conjunction with the University Center for Teaching and Learning, awarded six faculty with the Provost’s Award for Diversity in the Curriculum Nov. 9, at the University Club.

Six Pitt Faculty Receive
Diversity in the Curriculum Award

David Harris
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Criminal (In)Justice

For Law Professor David Harris, the Teaching Center’s Media Creation Lab presented a unique opportunity for him — an on-campus location to produce professional recordings of his podcast, “Criminal (In)Justice.”

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Designing a course that respects the diversity of our students is of the utmost importance. If one thing is certain in an online classroom, it’s that each class will include students with many differences. Charline Rowland, diversity program coordinator, and Barbara Frey, senior instructional designer, outlined four guidelines that can assist you in developing and maintaining a respectful online classroom environment in an article published recently in the University Times.

Diversity Practices for
Teaching Online

Pittsburgh Regional Faculty Symposium 2019
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