About the Symposium

Who should attend?

The annual Teaching & Learning Symposium provides an opportunity for faculty, staff, post-docs, and graduate students to share best practices, celebrate accomplishments, discuss new pedagogy, and explore themes of mutual interest in a community of educators dedicated to enriching the learning experience on campus.


Office of the Provost; Center for the First-Year Experience; College of Letters and Science; Delta Program in Research, Teaching and Learning; Division of International Studies; Division of Continuing Studies; Division of Information Technology - Academic Technology; First-Year Interest Groups; Graduate School; Office of Human Resource Development; Institute for Biology Education; UW-Madison Libraries; Madison Teaching and Learning Excellence; Morgridge Center for Public Service; Office of Professional Development and Engagement; Office of Service Learning and Community Based Research; Teaching Academy; University Communications; University Health Services; the Wisconsin Alumni Association, and the Wisconsin Center for Education Research.

Planning Committee

Co-Chairs: Sarah McDaniel, Sarah Miller, and Sheila Stoeckel. Members: Mo Noonan Bischof, Janet Branchaw, Brian Bubenzer, Steve Cramer, Kari Fernholz, Kristin Jenkins, Carrie Jensen, Linda Kietzer, John Martin, Erin McCloskey, Ilana Nankin, Margaret Nellis, Megan Schmid, Kathleen Smith, and Sharon Yam.