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Faculty who are interested in incorporating either an experiential learning component, or an evidence-based teaching strategy, into one of their courses can apply to be part of this summer’s Teaching and Learning Innovation Summer Institute.

Sessions will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. each Tuesday and Thursday from May 22 to June 12 in Hodges Library.

Participating faculty will work with faculty development experts and receive $3,500 to redesign the courses to fit the best practices of experiential learning or evidenced-based teaching. The institute will provide instruction on how to redesign courses and syllabi, how to utilize campus resources that support these teaching techniques, and how to incorporate appropriate student learning outcomes, with particular emphasis on reflection, into courses.

The application is available online. Applications are due by 5 p.m. on Thursday, April 19.

For more information, contact Teaching and Learning Innovation at