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Center for Teaching Excellence

Center for Teaching Excellence

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.


Upcoming Featured Events

 

Untethered Teaching: Using Your iPad to Present and Annotate
Wednesday, October 5
12:15 - 12:45 pm, Harold Clark Simmons Hall Room 207
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Hot Topics in the Academy FLC
Next Session: October 12
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2016 Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Award Winners 

Since 2001, The Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professor Award annually recognizes SMU faculty members for their notable commitment to and achievements in fostering student learning. This year's winners are Professors Jill DeTemple, Yildirim Hurmzulu, and Darius Miller. The winners receive $10,000 and are appointed to a two-year term in the SMU Academy of Distinguished Teachers. Learn more. 

    It's time to formally recognize and reward excellence in teaching. Email a letter of recommendation for a deserving colleague to cte@smu.edu


    Nominations for two longstanding awards are now open. The President's Associates Outstanding Faculty Award goes to a tenured faculty member, while the Golden Mustang Award goes to a junior, tenure-track faculty member.  Any full-time faculty member may nominate.

     

    And this is the third year for the Provost's Teaching Recognition Awardwhich will recognize outstanding contributions to teaching and learning by non-tenure track, full time faculty. (Nominations will be accepted from the candidate’s supervisiång faculty only.)

     

    Please take advantage of the opportunity to shine a light on excellent teaching at SMU—get that nomination in right away! Each award carries a $1,000 stipend.

    It's time to formally recognize and reward excellence in teaching. Email a letter of recommendation for a deserving colleague to cte@smu.edu


    Nominations for two longstanding awards are now open. The President's Associates Outstanding Faculty Award goes to a tenured faculty member, while the Golden Mustang Award goes to a junior, tenure-track faculty member.  Any full-time faculty member may nominate.

     

    And this is the third year for the Provost's Teaching Recognition Awardwhich will recognize outstanding contributions to teaching and learning by non-tenure track, full time faculty. (Nominations will be accepted from the candidate’s supervisiång faculty only.)

     

    Please take advantage of the opportunity to shine a light on excellent teaching at SMU—get that nomination in right away! Each award carries a $1,000 stipend.

    It's time to formally recognize and reward excellence in teaching. Email a letter of recommendation for a deserving colleague to cte@smu.edu


    Nominations for two longstanding awards are now open. The President's Associates Outstanding Faculty Award goes to a tenured faculty member, while the Golden Mustang Award goes to a junior, tenure-track faculty member.  Any full-time faculty member may nominate.

     

    And this is the third year for the Provost's Teaching Recognition Awardwhich will recognize outstanding contributions to teaching and learning by non-tenure track, full time faculty. (Nominations will be accepted from the candidate’s supervisiång faculty only.)

     

    Please take advantage of the opportunity to shine a light on excellent teaching at SMU—get that nomination in right away! Each award carries a $1,000 stipend.