The Center for Transformative Teaching partners with many campus units to provide a variety of programming and to support key initiatives.
Faculty-led Inquiry into Reflective and Scholarly Teaching (FIRST) provides a model for documenting & assessing your teaching and your student's learning.
Successful Teaching and Affordable Resources (STAR) is a new campus initiative to drive down the cost of student education.
The OER Kelly grants are a $50,000 initiative to spur innovation that will lead to reduced course costs for students.
Instructors of 100 and 200-level courses are invited to apply for a course (re)design cohort opportunity that aims to prepare students for excellence.
Instructors develop a new course module explicitly integrating sustainability and resilience concepts into curricular experiences using student-centered pedagogy.
A 16-week long program designed to help tackle major teaching challenges.
Encourage, recognize, and reward professional development and community building in teaching and learning.
Pair with a university instructor to discuss obstacles in teaching and encourage ongoing conversations.
Writing Center consultants who collaborate with faculty across disciplines to help students become stronger, more confident writers and thinkers.
This ARISE program helps faculty members to use undergraduate learning assistants to improve learning and teaching experiences.
Participants in this ARISE program learn about fundamental course design principles and apply them to a design or redesign project.
The Institute for Online Teaching guides novice instructors through the steps of online course planning and development.
CIRTL@Nebraska offers graduate students and postdocs an opportunity to earn certifications in university teaching.
TDP provides TAs an opportunity to be observed in the classroom, get student feedback, and to reflect on their teaching.
TA Orientations and the Institute for International Teaching Assistants help prepare TAs for the classroom.
This two day, international conference on research is open to all undergraduate students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.