Return of the Advancement of Teaching and Learning Grants (ATL) The UTLC is excited to announce the return of the ATL Grants. These grants are focused on providing full-time faculty (non-tenure track/AP/tenure) with funding to research, expand, and promote quality teaching across the University. Grants will be offered in six categories ranging from $250-$500. Categories include: […]

***A Don’t Miss Opportunity *** Summer Boot Camp for Online Learning ** Week of May 15-19, 9am – 4pm daily.  *Similar to PowerUp, this weeklong jump start for Online Learning features expertise from across campus. The week is flexible to fit your schedule – from tracks for beginners and not-so-beginners, technology “mini-boot camp”, and dedicated […]

Reading Day Event! Join the UTLC for a day with Dr. Todd Zakrajsek **Today in SOEB 202 10:00 – 11:30am, SOEB 202 Fast, Fun, and Easy Ways to Write Learning Outcomes: Strategic Teaching for Better Student Learning   —  For this session we will start with a solid application of Backward Design and then an opportunity to learn […]

Award-winning professors Omar Ali (Honors, African American and African Diaspora Studies and History) and Nadja Cech (Chemistry and Biochemistry) co-authored an article in Teaching and Learning in Higher Ed, where they present “Yes, and,” a concept derived from improvisational theatre, as a teaching-learning methodology that supports engaged experiential learning.

Join the UTLC for the last Coffeehouse of the semester on Thursday, April 27, and enjoy a cup of coffee, tea, hot chocolate – pick up a snack – and they’ll have “s’more” materials! It’s a great time to meet with colleagues from across campus. 9-10am in the Faculty Center. There is no need to register […]

The General Faculty will meet today at 3pm in the Virginia Dare Room of the Alumni House. Join The Faculty Senate, Faculty Mentoring, AAUP, & the UTLC for a reception after the General Faculty Meeting, held in the Faculty Center. Faculty Mentoring will have give-a-ways and opportunities to sign up for upcoming mentoring services and […]

The EvoLLLution, an online newspaper with over 50,000 monthly visitors, recently interviewed Provost Dana Dunn about student success and what it means for higher education institutions to be “student-centric”. She shared thoughts on what colleges and universities must do to focus on underserved populations and highlighted some of UNCG’s current and future efforts in promoting […]