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Welcome to the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning


As part of UNI's celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. this year, the CETL is again offering a workshop on strategies for dealing with inappropriate comments in the classroom on Wednesday, January 18, 1-3, in Rod Library ScholarSpace (Room 301). While the workshop focuses primarily on situations that faculty might experience in the classroom, the strategies discussed could be used in the workplace, as well. All are welcome to attend. To reserve your space in the workshop, please register here.

Facilitators are Susan Hill (CETL), Stephanie Logan (Curriculum & Instruction), and Karen Mitchell (Communication Studies).

Feeling tired and burned out?  Need some inspiration?  Start thinking now about attending the Wakonse Teaching Conference over Memorial Day Weekend 2017. You’ll join faculty from around the country in a relaxing, not-too-rustic setting to relax, rejuvenate, and talk about teaching.  To read about last year’s conference, go to www.wakonse.org. 

What you do: Pay $100 of the registration fee, and your meals to and from the conference.         

What the CETL does: Pay $600 of your registration fee, and offer you a ride in a UNI van to and from the conference.                                                                                                                         

Registration for Wakonse will open in February 2017!  Questions?  Contact susan.hill@uni.edu

The teachUNI Faculty Teaching Certificate Program is open to all faculty and teaching staff who are interested in enhancing their teaching practice.  For more information on the program, and to sign up, click on the TEACH UNI link on the left side of the page.

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning seeks to engage, explore, and enhance the practice of teaching and the culture of learning at UNI.