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Programs and Initiatives

CIRTL

cirtl2-logoThe Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL) is an NSF Center for Learning and Teaching  which uses graduate education as the leverage point to develop a national STEM faculty committed to implementing and advancing effective teaching practices for diverse student audiences as part of successful professional careers. [MORE]

Summer Institute

summer-institute-logoThe Summer Institute (SI) is part of a national effort to improve college education in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and to enhance the academic success of all students by helping current and future faculty develop and adopt inclusive and effective teaching practices. [MORE]

UPLIFT

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The UPLIFT Program at UCLA supports postdoctoral scholars in the biological sciences who have a demonstrated interest in teaching, research, and supporting diversity in the STEM fields. CALL FOR APPLICATIONS!!  We are accepting applications for the fall 2019 UPLIFT cohort starting now through March 1, 2019. [MORE]

Learning Assistants Program

The Learning Assistants (LA) program at UCLA is an evidence-based, multidisciplinary instructional strategy that benefits science majors and faculty teaching large introductory science and math courses. [MORE]

Faculty Learning Program

The NSF-funded Faculty Learning Program to Improve STEM Undergraduate Teaching and Learning gathers STEM faculty from 2- and 4-year institutions together in a collaborative environment to learn and improve the each individual’s instructional practice, and build relationships and understanding of one another’s teaching and learning contexts. [MORE]

Education Development Academy

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The Educational Development Academy is a train-the-trainer workshop for Teaching Assistant Consultants designed to prepare them to train Teaching Assistants (TAs) in their home departments to better integrate student-centered and inclusive pedagogy into their courses.