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The annual Assessment and Teaching Conference will be held on Friday, January 26, 2018, at the University Club. All University of Pittsburgh faculty are invited to attend.

2018 Assessment and
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Cathedral of Learning at dusk - 2017 ACIE Awards

Proposals are now being accepted for the Provost’s Advisory Council on Instructional Excellence 2018 Innovation in Education Grants. Deadline for proposals is Monday, January 29, 2018.

Provost’s Innovation in
Education Grants

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The Teaching Partners is a newly-formed faculty community at the University Center for Teaching and Learning. This new program engages faculty from across the University who use the Teaching Center’s resources to support and enhance their teaching practice.

Teaching Partners

The latest edition of our TC60 video blog series spotlights the University of Pittsburgh Testing Center. The UPTC is particularly busy during finals weeks and has gotten into the practice of providing therapy pets from Animal Friends to help calm the anxiety that comes along with that time of the semester.

TC60: Finals Week

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The student becomes the teacher

The latest edition of our TC60 video blog series spotlights the fall Teaching Survey period, lasting from November 20th through December 10th. In this episode, We thought we’d let faculty tell you how the teaching surveys have positively impacted their course delivery.

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TC60: Finals Week

The latest edition of our TC60 video blog series spotlights the fall Teaching Survey period, lasting from November 20th through December 10th. In this episode, We thought we’d let faculty tell you how the teaching surveys have positively impacted their course delivery.

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2017 Diversity in the Curriculum Awards winners announced

2017 Center for Diversity in the Curriculum Award winners

One of the largest teaching initiatives at the University of Pittsburgh is one that helps to raise faculty awareness about how to create more inclusive classrooms and diversify curriculum content across the academic spectrum, an effort that Chancellor Patrick Gallagher says embraces “diversity and inclusion as core values that enrich learning, scholarship, and the communities we serve.” So it is with great enthusiasm that the Office of the Provost and the Teaching Center honor five faculty with the inaugural Diversity in the Curriculum Award for their efforts to create more inclusive learning experiences for their student.

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