Faculty Seminars are educational experiences designed exclusively for faculty to deepen and enrich their teaching practice by focusing on an aspect of their teaching. The learning communities operate as a cohort and give faculty access to a community of practice that nurtures their teaching while focusing on research-guided principles. Visit our website to learn more and apply.
October marks the middle of the regular fall semester. Many instructors may be concerned about mid-term testing and material coverage. As we tackle those important mid-semester tasks, it is often a good idea to get some feedback from students about how the course is going. Read about the benefits of mid-semester teaching surveys in an article authored by Teaching Center staff in this week's University Times.
Join us for a lively presentation about how marginalized people can be a catalyst for social change, and can also serve as powerful teaching agents in our own times and classrooms, facilitated by Dr. Marcus Rediker, Department of History and Senior Research Fellow at the Collège d’études mondiales in Paris.