Tag: CATL

Dornbush accepts post in academic affairs, grants, grad studies

Prof. Mathew E. Dornbush is joining the academic affairs administrative team at UW-Green Bay as the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Professional Development and Grants, and Director of Graduate Studies. He will report to Interim Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Gregory Davis, who announced the appointment this week. Dornbush will begin his new duties […]

Student-Nominated Teaching honorees are Schmitz, Katers


The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning is pleased to announce the Spring 2015 Student Nominated Teaching Award recipients. Recipients will be presented their award at the University Leadership Award ceremony on Friday, May 15. • Early Career Award Recipient — Sara Schmitz, Lecturer, Human Biology, director of Didactic Program in Nutrition and […]

At CATL blog, Weinschenk points to ‘video abstract’ by student Alvarez

Assistant Prof. Aaron Weinschenk of political science and the Public and Environmental Affairs faculty has contributed an essay to Teaching and Learning at UWGB, the CATL blog. His piece, titled “Taking Student Research to the Next Level,” talks about the value of undergraduate research and the well-known opportunities here for engaged students to present at […]

Faculty note: Lanter elected to national board on undergrad research

Jennifer Lanter, director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (CATL) and an associate professor in Human Development and Psychology, was recently elected to a three-year term as a councilor in the At-Large Division of the Council for Undergraduate Research (CUR). Elected Councilors are the governing body of CUR, leaders in the […]

Register now: OPID Spring Conference 2015

Register today to attend the 2015 OPID Spring Conference April 16-17 at Heidel House in Green Lake. This conference will bring together more than 200 faculty and staff from across many disciplines to demonstrate the UW System’s commitment to excellence in teaching and student learning. The conference will provide a forum to recognize, acknowledge and share […]

Last calls for registrations for 19th annual Faculty Development Conference

Registration is nearing an end for the 19th annual Faculty Development Conference to be held Wednesday, Jan. 21, in the University Union. This year’s theme is “Engaging Students as Partners in Teaching and Learning: A High Impact Practice for All.” Free, open and of potential interest to all faculty and many staff, the conference and […]

CATL advertises 2015 learning/presentation opportunities

The Center for the Advancement of Teaching & Learning (CATL) office would like to present several opportunities to share your expertise as well as opportunities to participate in activities and discussions in several areas of interest. For more information on upcoming workshops and conferences, visit the Conferences page on the CATL website. • Improved Online […]

Student-Nominated Teaching Awards go to Helpap, Clampitt

The Instructional Development Council in partnership with the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning have honored the Fall 2014 recipients of the Student Nominated Teaching Award. Assistant Prof. David Helpap of Public and Environmental Affairs has received the early career award while Prof. Phillip Clampitt of Information and Computing Science was honored in […]

Pre-holiday reminder: Sign up for Faculty Development Conference

The 19th Annual Faculty Development Conference will be held Jan. 21, 2015 in the University Union. This year’s theme is “Engaging Students as Partners in Teaching and Learning: A High Impact Practice for All.” Emerging research suggests that engaging students as partners in teaching and learning has a potential to enhance, and perhaps even transform, […]

Faculty earn fall 2014 Teaching Enhancement Grants

As part of the faculty development program at UW-Green Bay, the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning and the Instructional Development Council set aside grant funds to provide monetary support for professional development activities or projects that can lead to the improvement of teaching skills or the development of innovative teaching strategies. Recipients […]