Established in 1992, the primary role of the Center for Teaching Excellence is to support faculty as they work to integrate effective pedagogical approaches. We offer workshops, orientation for new faculty, one-on-one teaching consultations, and ongoing presentations and activities that focus on teaching and learning. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Center for Teaching Excellence values excellence in teaching and learning, and promotes effective pedagogy and scholarship through mentoring, resources, programming, dialogue and recognition.
The CTE Advisory Group is comprised of the CTE director, associate director and faculty members who represent a range of disciplines and teaching experiences. The role of the advisory group is to provide guidance and support as programming is developed and implemented. Advisory group members are selected by the director and associate director based on their demonstrated commitment to teaching excellence.
Julia Camp, AccountancyLaurie Grupp, Elementary/Special EducationColin Jaundrill, HistoryLynne Lawson, Engineering/Physics/SystemsDeborah Levine, Health Policy & ManagementSeann Mulcahy, Chemistry/BiochemistryAdam Villa, Mathematics/Computer Science
The Center for Teaching Excellence promotes effective teaching and engaged student learning. We offer a variety of programs, resources, and services to support faculty, and we encourage feedback and suggestions for upcoming events. Stop in for a visit, check out our resource library, or contact me with a question at 401.865.2505 or
email@example.com. I look forward to seeing you.
Laurie L. Grupp, Ph.D.Director, Center for Teaching ExcellenceProvost's Advisor on Faculty Development InitiativesAssociate Professor, Elementary/Special Education