SMU’s Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) is an ongoing catalyst for the growth of a university culture that values, supports, and rewards effective student-centered teaching.
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Be a Quick Starter:
Lessons on Teaching Effectiveness, Research Productivity, and Meeting Campus Expectations
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
3:30 – 4:50
354 Maguire Building
Improve the quality of your teaching, increase research productivity, and maximize your time. Learn more and register.
Presenter: Michael Harris
CTE Director & Associate Professor of Higher Education
Join a Faculty Learning Community to Learn, Share and Grow Professionally
CTE’s Faculty Learning Communities provide the structure and support for small groups within the SMU teaching community to spend a year working together in an active, collaborative, program, structured to provide encouragement, support, and reflection on a topic about which you share a mutual passion.Each FLC participant will receive a $500
stipend to be used toward professional development costs related to participation in the community. Learn more.
- Teaching and Learning in Graduate Seminars
- Innovative Assessment Techniques
- Higher Education in America: From National Policy to the Individual Classroom
Congratulations to the 2014 Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professors
Jaime Clark-Soles, Perkins School of Theology
Michael Lattman, Dedman College
Miguel Quinones, Cox School of Business
Paige Ware, Simmons School of Education
Learn more about this prestigious award.