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Over a dozen faculty members are recent recipients of Teaching Grants which are offered to create transformative learning experiences that engage students.
Nine students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are recipients of the Undergraduate Experiential Learning Projects Grant offered by the Center for Transformative Teaching.
The Center for Transformative Teaching to conduct Institute for Online Teaching starting in May 2022, open to all instructors at the university.
The Aspirational Teaching Institute will provide resources and insight to faculty members teaching gateway and large enrollment courses, and more.
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Co-creation was the broad theme for this year's symposium and we were delighted to host Professor Alison Cook-Sather as our keynote.
Recently the CTT team was invited to participate in a session exploring this question of belonging in college.
The impression that teaching in a university is done by one kind of person and research by another has grown alongside the reality in many cases.
There are significant benefits for students, faculty, staff, and the institution itself from co-creation activities.
In a recent article in The Conversation, psychologist Allyson G. Harrison notes a huge rise in reporting of ADHD symptoms during the COVID-19 Pandemic.