We at the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) are excited to introduce you to our "We Care About Quality Teaching Campaign."

This campaign showcases how the CTL supports the OSU Quality Teaching (QT) Framework and Student Learning Experiences (SLE) instrument endorsed by the faculty senate (2021). Bookmark this page for many opportunities we offer to support and celebrate quality teaching. 

Quality Teaching (QT) Campaign for 2022/2023.
Winter 2023 CTL Programming.

Want to learn more about core areas of pedagogy or discuss a pedagogical challenge? We are here for you. To schedule a 1-on-1 teaching consultation contact [email protected]

Explore our resources using the drop down menus above or take the CUETIP (College and University Educator Teaching Inventory and Practices), a quick pedagogical area self-test. 

NEED HELP NOW? Visit our Teaching Hub for pedagogical help, academic technologies help (Canvas, Zoom), and more.


Guidance for Faculty on ChatGPT and Other AI Tools

Wondering about the pros and cons of generative AI tools in teaching and learning? What can you tell your students? For guidance and resources, see ChatGPT and Other AI Tools.

RSVP for the Center for Teaching and Learning's Celebration of Quality Teaching!!

Hors d'oeuvres and non-alcoholic/alcoholic beverages will be served after a short program recognizing Teaching Award recipients and a presentation by Dwaine Plaza, winner of the 2022 Richard M. Bressler Senior Faculty Teaching Award. Thursday, May 4, 2023, 4:30 pm - Reception to follow | MU Horizon Room 49.  RSVP Now!

Join the Center for Teaching and Learning "Are You IN(clusive? READ, REFLECT, REFORM" Spring Book Club.

The Read, Reflect, Reform book clubs use a blended format with 2 synchronous meetings (times set by the group, in person or remote) and asynchronous activities. Activities commence Spring term 2023. You will receive free - Inclusive Teaching: Strategies for Promoting Equity in the College Classroom (while supplies last).

Join Now! - March 27 deadline.

Join the Career Development Center in the spring 2023 cohort of Career Champions!

We'll add career readiness activities into our coursework, while also examining how to improve our teaching and mentoring practices to better serve first-generation students, students of color, and students with high financial need. Topics covered include: the hidden curriculum, NACE career competencies, imposter syndrome, the bias inherent in professionalism standards, and more. Applications accepted here until March 17. See our website for additional information.

Apply Now for the Inclusive Excellence Fellowship!

[email protected] welcomes STEM faculty from Oregon State University, Linn-Benton Community College and Lane Community College to apply for the [email protected] Fellowship.

The Inclusive Excellence fellowship program is for STEM educators who are interested in creating change in their teaching practice and within their professional environments.

  • If you are curious about how you can incorporate inclusion and equity into your work, but don't know where to start - this program is for you!
  • If you are already thinking hard about inclusion and equity, but need some structure in order to bring your thoughts to action - this program is for you!
  • If you believe in the importance of inclusion and equity, but are unsure how it is relevant to your work as a STEM educator, and want to learn more in a judgment-free environment - this program is for you!

To find our more and apply, see our Request for ApplicationsApplications will be open until April 7, 2023.


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