The Martha Bradley Evans Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) provides a variety of services to all University of Utah faculty and graduate student instructors. CTE focuses on supporting and emphasizing cutting-edge pedagogical practices and strategies for teaching in higher education. Our mission centers on promoting effective teaching and learning through instructor/instructional development at the University of Utah.
CTE hosts the distinguished Annual Teaching Symposium every fall, which attracts up to 300 participants from departments across the University of Utah campus. This in-person and virtual event will be held on Aug. 15, 2022, from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. All faculty and graduate students involved in instruction (instructors of record, teaching assistants, graders, lab instructors, discussion leaders, etc.) are invited to attend.
The symposium is designed to provide practical skills and knowledge for excellent teaching in higher education. At this free event, participants may attend a variety of workshops and panels specific to their interests. Workshops are hosted by faculty and graduate students from across campus who are celebrated for their expertise in innovative pedagogy. This year, the symposium will be hybrid/ hyflex, and attendees are encouraged to join in person or via Zoom. A light breakfast, refreshments throughout the day and lunch will be provided for those attending in person. We hope to see you there.
More information and event registration can be found here.
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