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CTL Seminars are faculty groups that meet monthly through the academic year to explore particular teaching approaches and questions. Seminar discussions offer faculty the chance to explore topics by learning from colleagues' experiences and, depending on the seminar, may include short readings or class observations. Participants join for the year-long program, and those who participate monthly receive an $800 research fund.

For information on joining a seminar, contact CTL. Programs start each fall and sign-ups take place in late spring and summer.

SAIL (Structured Active In-class Learning) Seminar

Supports faculty in leading classes that focus on using class time to help students learn actively, working with material through highly structured activities to solve problems, interpret data or evidence, or otherwise engage in real practices of the discipline.

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Inclusive and Equitable Teaching Seminar

Explores how our teaching can be welcoming of the diversity of our students and help all of them to thrive to the best of their abilities. Considers concrete strategies for inclusion and challenges we face in creating equitable classes.

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Senior Lecturers Group

Brings together instructors in senior lecturer, or analogous, positions to work with peers on professional development as teachers, both improving their own practices and taking on greater leadership in their fields.