Upcoming Workshops & Events

TEACH Breakfast Hours

Every other Thursday morning ITL will host a discussion hour with coffee and pastries while we provide a short introduction and teaching tip (~15 minutes) on one of the TEACH Principles. Attendees will have the rest of the hour to share their ideas, ask questions, or discuss teaching topics. Participants will be entered for a raffle prize. All are welcome and registration is not required, but if you RSVP you get an extra raffle entry

All sessions are Thursday 9-10 am and held in Jones 3049:

  • Transparency: September 22 RSVP
  • Evidence-Based: October 6 RSVP
  • Aspirational: October 20 RSVP
  • Communicative: November 3 RSVP
  • Humane: November 17 RSVP


Fall Clubs

Book Club: What Inclusive Instructors Do

Join ITL for our fall book club! We will be reading "What Inclusive Instructors Do: Principles and Practices for Excellence in College Teaching." ITL will be partnering with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to co-guide the book club. The book group will meet 3 times this fall. Click here for more on the book and sign-up to participate! 

Podcast Club: Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast

Back by popular demand! Faculty enjoyed our last podcast club so this fall we will be listening to and discussing episodes of the Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast. Participants will listen to 2-3 podcast episodes and then meet to discuss. Club members will have the option to pick episodes and/or lead discussions if they desire), and you can participate in as many or few sessions as your schedule allows. Podcast club will be held Mondays at 3 PM.  Fall session dates will be: September 26, October 10, October 24, November 7, and November 21. Sign-up to receive more information.

Co-Curricular Assessment Community of Practice

Join ITL and your colleagues to talk about how you are assessing outside-the-classroom learning and brainstorm ways to elevate and act on student voice. Student-serving professionals of all levels are invited to attend, but this is a particularly terrific opportunity for early career professionals to learn more about assessment and evaluation. This will be a relaxed environment, where professionals can ask questions, share ideas, and look for collaboration opportunities. Sessions will be offered in a hybrid format, but we encourage attendance in person (there will be coffee & snacks). We will meet 7 times throughout the year (9-10 am on the 4th Tuesday of the month) and are asking you to commit to attending at least 5 sessions. Meeting dates are September 27th, October 25th, November 29th, January 31st, February 28th, March 28th, and April 25th. Sign-up to receive more information.