CTL Fellows for Innovative Teaching

The Fellows for Innovative Teaching program was last offered during the 2019-2020 academic year. We will announce any future return of this program both on this page and in our monthly faculty newsletter.

In 2014, the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) announced a new faculty development opportunity for individuals who teach full-time at the University of Georgia. The CTL Fellows for Innovative Teaching, a program funded in part by the Office of the Vice President for Instruction, is a program designed to be flexible and responsive to the teaching and learning needs of the university.  As such, the topic will change focus each academic year to align with topics of strategic importance for UGA. 

In 2015, the inaugural cohort of the Fellows for Innovative Teaching focused on "Flipping the Classroom." 

Read more about the 2015 program.

In 2016, 12 faculty teaching in the new SCALE-UP rooms in the Science Learning Center were invited to participate in the next cohort of the CTL Fellows for Innovative Teaching.   

Read more about the 2016 program.

For 2017, another group of faculty who teach challenging gateway courses were been invited to be the next cohort of the CTL Fellows for Innovative Teaching.  

Read more about the 2017 program.

The theme of the 2018 CTL Fellows for Innovative Teaching is Open Education Resources (OERs). 

Read more about the 2018 cohort

The theme of the 2019 CTL Fellows for Innovative Teaching is cooperative learning. 

Read more about the 2019 cohort.

For More Information

For additional information about the Fellows for Innovative Teaching, email Dr. Ruth Poproski.

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