Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation
The Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation promotes a culture of effective pedagogy and scholarship that supports faculty through activities such as mentoring, providing resources and programs, and sharing best practices.
The Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation:
- Offers programs which engage faculty in continuous improvement of teaching;
- Provides both formal and informal support for faculty teaching at all stages of their careers;
- Fosters collegiality, community, and peer support around teaching;
- Encourages faculty to explore new teaching methods and technologies; and
- Identifies, shares and advocates for research - teaching practices in teaching
To advance these initiatives, CTEI offers workshops, grants, one-on-one consultations, and peer evaluations of teaching.
Meet the Executive Director
Jean McGivney-Burelle has been a faculty member in the mathematics department in the College of Arts and Sciences since 2005. In August 2016, she started working as the inaugural executive director of the Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation (CTEI).
"I am very excited about the potential for this Center to become the hub of all things teaching and learning and look forward to working with each of you in whatever capacity you desire," Jean says.