The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning University Teaching Awards are held annually to honor faculty and graduate students who show exemplary commitment to their teaching craft. The winners of these awards are leaders in their disciplinary pedagogy, innovation, and have an unequaled focus on student success.
The University of Connecticut (UConn) is pleased to announce the winners of the Provost’s Large Course Redesign Grant. The Provost’s Large Course Redesign Grant initiative is aimed at “making large courses feel small” through the integration of pedagogy with technology and active learning.
The NCFDD Institutional Membership provides an external mentoring community designed to help faculty members, graduate students, and post-docs increase research and writing productivity and improve work-life balance.
David and Joan Reed established the Reed Fellowship in 2014 to support exceptional faculty from the Storrs to teach at the Waterbury campus. The purpose of their generous gift was to enable the Reed Fellow to interact with students, as well as faculty peers, and the larger Waterbury community.