Academic Learning Communities

One of the strategic goals of the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning is to foster a community of teacher-scholars. We do this through a variety of services and programs, but the heart of much of our community-building comes from our learning communities. An academic learning community is a diverse group of faculty and instructional staff, drawn from multiple disciplines and backgrounds, that engage in active and collaborative activities focused on a topic of shared interest, sustained across an academic semester (or longer).

Registration for the current year ALCs is closed.
Registration gets you added to the communications for each group you select below. Your participation in meetings and other activities is voluntary and dependent, of course, on your schedule.

Interested in facilitating an ALC? Propose your idea!