While we are in the process of redesigning CTL programming for the Spring, we would like to invite you to a few special events this semester, including two Teaching and Learning Lunches:

How to incorporate interactivity into your class: A conversation
Friday, Oct 28, 1:00 - 2:30 pm, Goldfarb Vershbow Classroom
Introducing interactivity into the classroom has been shown to improve student learning while at the same time making the act of teaching more fun! Irina, Dan, and Marty will share their experiences and practical advice and look forward to learning new ideas from faculty attendees.
Please RSVP if you would like to attend in person to reserve your lunch spot.

Workshop Slides

Workshop Handout


New Faculty Informal Mid-semester Get-together
Wednesday, Nov 2, 10:00 - 11:00 am, Farber 2 Classroom
Thursday, Nov 3, 2:30 - 3:30 pm, Vershbow room (Goldfarb)
The CTL cordially invites new faculty to an informal meeting as an opportunity to meet colleagues, share successes, challenges, and advice, and learn about the programming we’re planning for next semester. We are offering two times in hopes of accommodating our widely varying teaching schedules.

Please RSVP if you'd like to attend either New Faculty Get-together.


How can I get quiet students to speak up in class?
Friday, Nov 11, 1:00 - 2:30 pm, Goldfarb Vershbow Classroom
CTL program director Marty Samuels will present current research on ways to help students feel more confident speaking up in class. We will then consider how to apply such techniques in our classrooms.

Please RSVP if you would like to attend in person to reserve your lunch spot.

Please use this Zoom link if you would like to attend on-line.

Workshop Slides

Workshop Handout


Office Hours
If you have questions about your teaching - from course design to assessment and grading - or just want to have a conversation about pedagogy, we are here!

Please sign up for office hours on our Staff Page.


We look forward to seeing you at the events and around campus and engaging with you on various topics of teaching and learning!

As we are re-envisioning the Center’s programming, we’d love to hear your opinion about how we can best support your teaching. Would you like to join a group of colleagues to discuss teaching? Would you like to participate in a multi-day workshop about learning and teaching?

Please answer this short 3-minute survey to help us create the most effective programming for you.

Upcoming Events