The Faculty Teaching Excellence Program is co-sponsoring events with these programs:
Graduate Teacher Program (GTP)
GTP works with graduate students from all departments in all schools and colleges on the Boulder campus. In Spring 2018, GTP and FTEP are co-sponsoring six workshops. Click here for more information.
Leadership Education for Advancement and Promotion (LEAP) program
The goal of the LEAP Program is to support faculty at all levels: Assistant, Associate, Full Professors. This Spring Semester, LEAP and FTEP are co-sponsoring the event "Flipping the Class for the Skeptic" by David Brown.
Academic Technology Design Team
OIT’s Academic Technology Design Team improves learning by blending emerging technologies with innovative teaching methods. The team includes instructional, media, learning experience, and universal designers; educational technology consultants; social media experts; and data analytics professionals.
Visit the Design Team's Website
Anderson Language Technology Center (ALTEC)
ALTEC provides a variety of services to students of foreign languages at the University of Colorado-Boulder. At ALTEC, students can view foreign language films, listen to language practice tapes, download and record digital audio files, and much more. ALTEC facilities include computers which enable students to do word processing in foreign languages, multi-media classrooms with state of the art equipment, and a library of films from around the world. ALTEC sponsors the Foreign Language Technology Program (FLTP), a series of non-credit workshops for graduate students and faculty on incorporating technology into foreign language teaching. In addition, ALTEC also administrates Foreign Language Classes for Faculty and Staff. They are located on the first floor of Hellems, just south of Norlin Quad.
Visit ALTEC's Website
Arts and Sciences Support of Education Through Technology (ASSETT)
ASSETT advances the teaching mission of the College of A&S by supporting uses of educational and information technology. ASSETT provides training resources to faculty and students, assists A&S units with tech-related needs, shares information, and partners with others on campus to better integrate services throughout the College.
Visit ASSETT's Website
ATLAS Faculty Fellows
The ATLAS Faculty Fellows program embodies ATLAS Institute’s commitment to advance interdisciplinary exploration, innovation and learning. Working with these creative campus partners, ATLAS is able to expand the boundaries of learning, technology and the emerging ways positive change in society becomes possible.
Visit the ATLAS Faculty Fellows Website
Center for Asian Studies (CAS)
The Center for Asian Studies (CAS) is an interdisciplinary organization located on the Boulder campus of the University of Colorado that brings together faculty, students, and community members to encourage and support Asian scholarship across disciplinary and college boundaries.
CAS organizes events, supports research and teaching, and acts as a key resource for students and scholars with an interest in Asian Studies. The Center’s area of focus encompasses all of Asia, from China and Japan to the countries of the Middle East.
Visit the Center for Asian Studies Website
Center for STEM Learning (CSL)
The mission of the Center for STEM Learning (CSL) is to improve science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education at the University of Colorado Boulder, and to serve as a state, national, and international resource for such efforts.
Visit the Center for STEM Learning
Also, get involved with CSL through the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in STEM Education.
CU-Boulder Faculty Awards and CU Experts
This list is intended to only capture the awards given by deans, by the campus or by the CU System. A full listing of faculty awards given by departments and other units will be available once the data are compiled.
See the Faculty Awards List
DBER Discipline Based Educations Research
DBER is a weekly seminar series that emphasizes discipline-based STEM education research. It is a forum for faculty, staff, researchers, and students interested in education research and course transformation to share their ideas and get feedback on their work. These seminars bring together faculty and graduate students from roughly 45 different departments and programs across four schools/colleges. The average attendance is more than 20 people. In addition to being intellectually rich, these meetings also serve to create community among many STEM education researchers on campus.
For a current DBER calendar, please visit the DBER events page.
TRESTLE Scholars Group
The Transforming Education, Supporting Teaching and Learning Excellence (TRESTLE) project is a 7-institution, NSF-funded project to promote the use of evidence-based teaching practices in STEM departments.
Visit the TRESTLE Website