Tag: CATL

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 […]

Reminder: Faculty Development Conference is Jan. 21

The 19th annual Faculty Development Conference will be held Jan. 21, 2015 in the University Union at UW-Green Bay. 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 […]

Call for Proposals: UW System conference on ‘Advancing Academic Literacy’

The CATL Office on campus shares word that UW System faculty and staff are invited to submit proposals for a UW System Conference on Academic Literacy to be held at the UW Marathon County Center for Civic Engagement in Wausau on Thursday, June 4, 2015. Titled “Effective Teaching and Program Development for Underprepared and At-Risk […]

Deadline for Online Teaching Fellows

The application deadline for the Online Teaching Fellows is Thursday (Nov. 6). The program offers faculty the opportunity to engage in discussion and activities that enhance online teaching and learning. There are two tracks: • For faculty who are new to online teaching – Starter Online Teaching Fellows • For faculty who are experienced in […]

Deadline for Faculty Development Conference proposals is Nov. 14

The annual UW-Green By Faculty Development Conference will take place 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.” To submit a proposal or register on line go to www.uwgb.edu/catl/conference. Proposals are due Friday, Nov. 14.

UW-Green Bay, CATL gain $50,000 to expand undergraduate research

UW-Green Bay has been awarded funding by UW System in the amount of $50,000 to support undergraduate research expansion across all disciplines. The grant, made through the System’s new Undergraduate Research and Discovery initiative, will be used during the current fiscal year. The proposal was written by Associate Prof. Jennifer Lanter, director of the Center […]