Faculty Events Overview
CTL sponsors quarterly workshops and events for faculty on topics relating to teaching, learning, and professional development.
TAs and grad students should see Grad Workshops.
A great way to meet colleagues from other departments and gain practical teaching tips is to attend one or more sessions in our Teaching Lunch series. CTL provides lunch for these informal gatherings, and the topics are set by the faculty participants themselves. To propose topics, or to get an individual consultation, faculty, lecturers, and postdocs should contact the Associate Director listed for your disciplinary area.
Science and Engineering
CAREER Awards, Broader Impacts, and Your Teaching
You are invited to a special teaching lunch session to discuss tips for success in applying for NSF CAREER Awards (and other grants) that have a significant Broader Impacts component. The primary focus will be on successful teaching, learning, and public outreach projects.
Stanford faculty who are recipients of NSF CAREER grants and/or who have served as NSF CAREER or Broader Impacts reviewers will share their thoughts for developing your teaching/outreach ideas, conveying your ideas to review panels, and implementing programs. Center for Teaching and Learning staff will be available to discuss national initiatives in college science/engineering teaching and how these might contribute to your projects. Staff from Stanford's Office of Science Outreach and others will also have information about current programs at Stanford with which you might collaborate as well as suggestions for other initiatives and community partners.
Date: Wednesday, January 22, 2014, Noon-1:15pm
RSVP: Please register and reserve a lunch no later than January 16. Faculty only.
The Associate Director position for Social Sciences is temporarily unfilled. In the meantime, please contact Mariatte Denman or Robyn Dunbar.