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.
2014 Teaching Effectiveness Symposium
Teaching that Shapes World Changers
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Hughes-Trigg lower level
8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Experience SMU’s tradition in kicking off the new academic year. The TES offers both returning colleagues and new faculty a worthwhile forum celebrating good teaching, sharing ways to improve it, and greeting colleagues from other disciplines. It’s also an important part of the New Faculty Orientation program. Join your new colleagues in this celebration of teaching. This year’s symposium combines inspiration and teaching tools you can use in the classroom and beyond. Learn more and register now
2014 Teaching Assistant Seminar
Friday, August 22, 2014
McCord Auditorium, Dallas Hall 306
12:45 p.m. sign in
The Annual TA Seminar addresses common issues and campus-wide concerns. It complements departmental training, and is required for all graduate TAs who have not yet attended the seminar. Learn more and register.
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.
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