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Fall 2023 CETL Workshops

September 28, 2023 by | CETL Events

CETL Workshop Schedule The CETL hosts a variety of workshops and other learning activities throughout the year. Below you will find a listing of upcoming sessions with details and registration links. Some of these will be repeated during the spring term. Please reach out to us if there is a topic you’d like to see

New Early Career Faculty Program Launching in October

September 20, 2023 by CETL Staff | CETL Events

New Series for Early Career Faculty: Productive Pathways to Promotion To compliment your college/school mentoring program and events sponsored by the Office of Faculty Advancement, the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning is excited to announce its year-long program and community specifically designed to support early career, tenure-track (TT) and non-tenure-track (NTT) faculty. Clear

Opportunities for Professional Development with the CETL

August 17, 2023 by CETL Staff | CETL Events

CETL Events & Programs As we look forward to the start of the fall term, the CETL team is excited to announce our 2023-2024 programming. These sessions have been designed with the success of both our faculty and students in mind. Our goal is to provide faculty with practical strategies that can be implemented in

Mays Imad to Speak at the 2023 Conference on Innovative Teaching & Student Success

June 26, 2023 by CETL Staff | CETL Events

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, in partnership with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and the Office of Disability Services, is thrilled to announce our keynote speaker for this year’s Conference on Innovative Teaching and Student Success, Dr. Mays Imad. Dr. Imad will present during day 1 of the conference, on

2023 Conference on Innovative Teaching and Student Success

May 18, 2023 by CETL Staff | CETL Events

Balancing Rigor and Compassion: Supporting Students on Their Path to Greatness College is meant to be a time for young people to explore, mature, and become “inquiring, ethical, and productive global citizens.” To facilitate such development, many scholars argue that educators must address the entirety of students’ developmental needs (i.e., psychological, social, emotional, physical, and

ChatGPT in the Classroom: An Ongoing Conversation

April 3, 2023 by CETL Staff | CETL Events

The CETL would like to thank everyone who joined our open faculty discussions about AI and ChatGPT in the classroom this past week. We are especially grateful to Dr. Erik Linstead, an expert in Machine Learning from Chapman’s Fowler School of Engineering, for providing some crucial background knowledge about AI and helping to facilitate these

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