Annual Teaching and Learning Symposium

The Center for Teaching and Learning invites UW faculty, students, and staff to attend the Ninth Annual University of Washington Teaching and Learning Symposium. The symposium is scheduled for Tuesday, April 16, 2:00 - 4:30 p.m. and will take place in the HUB Lyceum.

Many at UW are actively engaged in examining how teaching affects student learning. The Symposium provides a forum where all who share this interest can learn about the work colleagues are doing. Although the call for proposals is closed for this year, we invite you to attend the poster fair and keynote panel that will focus on innovative uses of technologies in teaching.

Come and see what your colleagues have been discovering about teaching and learning!

We hope that you plan to join us this year!

To view abstracts of sessions presented at the Symposium in previous years, visit:
http://depts.washington.edu/sotl/symposium/index.html

The Symposium is Co-Sponsored By

  • Office of the Provost
  • Graduate School
  • Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity
  • Simpson Center for the Humanities
  • Teaching and Learning Center, UW-Bothell
  • Teaching and Learning Center, UW-Tacoma
  • Undergraduate Academic Affairs
  • UW Information Technology
  • UW Libraries
  • The Kenneth S. and Faye G. Allen Endowed Library Fund

Information for Poster Presenters

For more information about planning and presenting your poster, as well as day of events please visit Information for Presenters.

Schedule

The symposium will feature a keynote panel and concurrent poster sessions, featuring the innovative work of faculty, students and staff on all three UW campuses.

Event schedule:
2:00 - 2:15 Welcome by Provost Ana Mari Cauce
2:15 - 3:00 Poster Session #1
3:00 - 3:45 Keynote Panel: Technology for Innovative Teaching: From F2F to MOOCs
3:45 - 4:30 Poster Session #2

List of presenters, poster titles and abstracts

Keynote Panelists

Lekelia (Kiki) Jenkins, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs
Hedwige Meyer, French and Italian Studies
Stuart Reges, Computer Science and Engineering
Eric Zivot, Economics

 


Previous Years

Iain Robertson

Landscape Architecture

Peg Achterman

Communication

Cindy Atman

Center for the Advancement of Engineering Education

Titles and abstracts for posters presented in previous years:


The Center for Teaching and Learning includes the Teaching Academy and the UW Libraries Teaching and Learning Group. The Center is a partnership of Undergraduate Academic Affairs, UW Libraries and the Graduate School.