Edwards Hall

Meet the 2020 Teaching Initiative Award winners

Five assistant professors are recognized for their outstanding commitment to teaching and student learning.
headshot of Dr. Ollie Watts Davis

Registration open for talk on art, activism of music of Black Americans with Dr. Ollie Watts Davis

Dr. Ollie Watts Davis, the Suzanne and William Allen Distinguished Professor in Music at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), will present “Yet With A...
Cook Hall in winter

Four professors honored with 2020 Outstanding University Teacher awards

The awards recognize those those who methodically and consistently worked over time to enhance their teaching knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Fell Hall in winter

Apply now for Teaching Innovations Grants

CTLT can help fund your idea to improve student learning. Apply for spring grants by February 19.
Microphone at the speech podium

Call for speaker series ideas

The Office of Research and Graduate Studies (ORGS) is accepting proposals for the 2021–2022 academic year Research Lecture Series.
Student on couch with laptop and smartphone

Let’s Talk Teaching: Communication in Asynchronous Courses

We explore strategies for communicating with students while teaching an asynchronous online class.
Snow on the Quad covering the Old Main bell and nearby trees.

CTLT events for the week of January 25

Teaching workshops and technology courses return for the spring semester at CTLT.
Keynote speaker on stage at the 2020 Symposium.

Let’s Talk Teaching: Civic Engagement in Extraordinary Times

Explore the many facets of civic engagement in this preview of the 2021 University-Wide Teaching and Learning Symposium.
Chairs in a classroom

Let’s Talk Teaching: Fall 2020 Student Check-in

Hear what students say about their fall semester experiences learning online in this episode of CTLT's podcast, Let's Talk Teaching.
Fell Hall as seen from the Quad

Let’s Talk Teaching – Divisive Discourse

We talk with Dr. Joseph Zompetti from the School of Communication about leading students through controversial conversations.