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The Center for the Enhancement of Learning, Teaching, and University Assessment

What’s new at CELTUA?

Sep
24

CELTUA Seminar: Building a Culture of Integrity in the Classroom Part 1: How to Approach Academic Integrity Early in the Semester

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Sep
25

CELTUA Seminar: Mentoring Graduate Students in Teaching and Research

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Sep
30

CELTUA Seminar: Building a Culture of Integrity in the Classroom Part 2: Best Practices for Continuing the Integrity Message throughout the Semester

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University Distinguished Teaching Awards

Congratulations to the winners of our University Distinguished Teaching Awards: Professor Rodney Coates, Associate Professor: Sergio Sanabria, Assistant Professor: Andrew Casper, and LCPL: Alysia Fischer

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Jing Zhang, Statistics, presents her Alumni Teaching Scholars project at the spring retreat (open to all faculty)

What is the Center for the Enhancement of Learning, Teaching, and University Assessment (CELTUA)?

CELTUA is a community where:

  • We support long-term and short-term communities for faculty growth and inquiry (e.g., FLCs, FLINGs, workshops/seminars);

  • We support innovative teaching through projects, grants and awards (e.g., Top 25 project, grants, Knox award);

  • We bring to Miami the best of the scholarship of teaching and learning (e.g., Lilly Conference on College Teaching, Journal on Excellence in College Teaching);

  • We support departments and programs in their work to assess their effectiveness as educators in their discipline;

  • We work with other programs to enhance and celebrate teaching and learning at Miami.

Our mission is to embody and promote engagement with scholarly and reflective teaching practices to support the intellectual development of faculty and students as members of a diverse community.

What are people saying?

"I think the podcasts are a good idea because they are mobile. I like to be able to listen to things like this while i am in the car, or walking across campus. It is easier for me to listen to this on my own time, rather than to make it to a specific colloquium related to this."
--Podcast listener

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