Innovative Teaching Fellowship – Information Sessions 9/17-9/23; Applications Due 10/7
Target Audience: Full-time, permanent teaching faculty members at Saint Louis University who are interested in (re)designing one course over a semester and then teaching that course in the Learning Studio the following semester.
The current call for applications is for the following fellowship period: Course Development (semester 1): Spring 2020 Course Teaching (semester 2): Fall 2020
Faculty interested in applying for the Innovative Teaching Fellowship must register for and attend one of the following Pre‐Application Information Sessions prior to preparing their applications:
- Tuesday, September 17, 9:00‐10:00 a.m., in 213 Des Peres Hall
- Thursday, September 19, 4:00‐5:00 p.m., in 213 Des Peres Hall
- Monday, September 23, 12:00‐1:00 p.m., in 213 Des Peres Hall
James H. Korn Scholarship for Teaching and Learning Award – Nominations Due 9/25
Target Audience: Current full-time faculty members at Saint Louis University who have conducted formal research on teaching and student learning. Note: a team of individuals or a department may be nominated as long as at least one member of the team is currently a full-time faculty member at SLU.
Korn Award Webpage: Click Here
Call for Nominations: Click here to download
Scholarship for Teaching and Learning Symposium – Proposals Due 9/27
Target Audience: Current faculty and/or graduate students at SLU who wish to present a current (in-progress) or recently completed Scholarship (or Research) of Teaching and Learning project. New research as well as research already presented at national or local conferences is welcome.
SoTL Symposium Webpage: Click here
SoTL Symposium Call for Proposals: Click here
UMSL Focus on Teaching and Technology Conference – September 26-27
Registration is free for SLU Faculty because SLU is a conference sponsor.
Information and registration: Click here
Introduction to Online Teaching – September 23-October 21 (online)
The Reinert Center is now accepting registrations for the online seminar, Introduction to Online Teaching. The seminar, which will be conducted completely online through Blackboard, provides a pedagogical foundation for Saint Louis University faculty who are new to the online teaching environment. Please note: for faculty who have not received preparation related to teaching in the online environment, this course or its equivalent is now required for teaching online courses at SLU. Additional details can be found on the registration page.
All current Reinert Center Open Calls can be found at this page: http://www.slu.edu/cttl/programs/current_open_calls.php
All Reinert Center upcoming events can be found at this page: http://www.slu.edu/cttl/events/index.php