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.
Who organizes the Symposium?
The Symposium is organized by the Center for Teaching, Learning & Mentoring in the Division for Teaching and Learning with support from partners across campus. Thanks to all of our partners for helping make this event possible.
Amanda Aegerter, Catherine Chan, Nick Curtis, Kari Fernholz, Morton Gernsbacher, Emily Hall, Kari Jordahl, Angela Kita, Jonathan Klein, Aosai Liu, Kacie Lucchini Butcher, Beth Martin, Kim Mueller, Alissa Oleck, Cory Sprinkel, Alex Stark, Janet Staker Woerner (co-chair), Sheila Stoeckel (co-chair)
Michelle Bright, Dan Getzen, Meredith McGlone, Janet Staker Woerner (co-chair), Sheila Stoeckel (co-chair)
2024 information coming soon