• Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)

    Hamline University established the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) to promote and support a campus culture of effective, engaging, and innovative teaching practices that cultivate significant student learning.

    During the academic year, the CTL offers faculty development sessions during the first and third Thursday convocation hour of each month. The CTL hosts Faculty Development Day conferences for Hamline faculty and instructional staff in August, January, and May.

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    2015–2016 Common Read

    The CTL coordinates the selection and faculty resources to support the Common Read Program.

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    Syllabus Resources

    Check out the CTL's syllabus resources for best practices of syllabus construction and ideas for more advanced design.

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    Faculty Development Days

    Explore the agenda for Fall Faculty Development Day as well as archived resources and materials.

  • CTL & Faculty News

    Religion Professor Deanna Thompson will be the keynote speaker for the Academy of Parish Clergy's Winter in Florida Conference on February 23-24, 2016.

     

    Request a ten-minute visit to your classes and student groups from Writing Center staff. In these sessions staff describe the Writing Center's services, demonstrate the online scheduling system, and answer questions.

    Nominations for the Claribelle B. Olson award are now open. The Claribelle B. Olson Award is given to the sophomore woman who embodies the qualities of leadership, service, and scholarship. Send your nomination to Katie Adams at cadams@hamline.edu. Please be sure to include specific and detailed information about the factors/qualities that led you to nominate the student. Nominations are due by Thursday, February 25, 2016, 11:59 p.m.