Don’t forget to Register for the Faculty Breakfast

For more information about the breakfast with Dr. Regan Gurung from the University of Wisconsin- Green Bay, follow this link.   Register for Breakfast here.  Despite the weather, Monday’s Luncheon was a success!  Dr. Nick Geidner and Dr. Joy Radice shared their journey’s with Creative Teaching Grants into larger projects.

 

 The Creative Teaching Grant application for

2015-2016 is available now.

The Tennessee Teaching and Learning Center (TennTLC) is pleased to announce a Call for Proposals for the 2015 Creative Teaching Grant Program. Creative Teaching Grants provide seed-funding for faculty who want to creatively design or redesign their course(s), and to engage in action research and the scholarship of teaching and learning. Our partnership with the UT Office of Research, the individual Colleges, and University Libraries reflects recognition of scholarly teaching as an essential aspect of faculty scholarship, research, and professional development. Up to ten grants of $3,500 each will be awarded through a competitive selection process. For more information check out the guidelines found here.  Not sure this program is for you?  Read what others have done with their grants by visiting the Creative Teaching Grant Showcase.

Spring Faculty Book Club

Powerful TechniquesAll faculty and staff are invited to participate in this year’s spring book club.  We will be discussing Powerful Techniques For Teaching Adults.  As you prepare for a busy Spring semester, plan to take some time to rejuvenate and reenergize over coffee and a book with your fellow faculty and administrators.  Back by popular demand, Faculty Book Club will meet four times throughout the semester.  Register here so you don’t miss the conversation!

 

 

Have You Seen our Annual Report?

2013 Annual ReportTennTLCFNLWe are pleased to offer you this online version of our Annual Report.  Thank you for your support and input as we move forward.