Fourth Celebration of Teaching and Learning Symposium
Wednesday, February 5, 2020
University of Southern Indiana, University Center East
You are invited to submit proposals for the fourth annual Celebration of Teaching & Learning Symposium, held at the University of Southern Indiana. The Symposium welcomes works focusing on improving student learning, academic success, and curriculum in higher education. It provides opportunities to share teaching and learning efforts as one of three types of works: reflective teaching, scholarly teaching, and the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL). The Symposium will provide opportunities for you to share your teaching and learning activities with oral and poster presentation sessions.
The Symposium is part of CETL’s Making Teaching and Learning Visible initiative. It will provide opportunities to share teaching efforts in support of student learning and success and for interaction among participants across disciplines in oral and poster/demonstration presentations and a keynote luncheon.
Call for Proposals
2020 Symposium Committee
2020 Symposium Sponsors
The Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (CETL) is proud to offer the fourth Celebration of Teaching & Learning Symposium. We are grateful for the support provided by our partners:
February 6, 2019, University of Southern Indiana
More than 100 individuals attended the third Symposium, with participants from nine institutions in the region. The program included 30 oral and poster presentations, a plenary luncheon presentation "Good Teachers, Scholarly Teachers, and Scholars of Teaching and Learning" by Dr. Jennifer Friberg (Cross Endowed Chair in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Illinois State University).
January 25, 2018, University of Southern Indiana
More than 90 individuals attended the second Symposium, with participants from 5 institutions in the region. The program included 26 oral and poster presentations, a plenary luncheon presentation "Active Learning in the 21st Century" by Dr. J. Ana Donaldson, and a reception.
January 26, 2017, University of Southern Indiana
2017 Symposium Program
The program included 35 oral and poster presentations, an invited panel of teaching award recipients, and a reception. We were thrilled that over 110 participants attended this inaugural event.