The Annual Teaching Symposium attracts an average of 300 participants from departments across campus. This includes faculty and graduate students involved in instruction (instructors of record, teaching assistants, graders, lab instructors, discussion leaders, etc.). The Symposium is designed to provide practical skills and knowledge for excellent teaching in higher education. A choice of workshop sessions are offered allowing attendees to learn about specific topics of interest. Hosted by CTLE: Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence.
Follow the links below to review the Program and read an Overview for the August 17, 2015 Annual Teaching Symposium: