Faculty Development

Helping faculty design and teach high quality courses


Program Highlights

  • For New Faculty


    Strategies and Tools for New Faculty at URI

    Strategies & Tools for Teaching at URI is a workshop offered Wednesday, August 30 from 8:30am – 3:45pm and is designed for faculty in their first through third year of teaching at URI. Topics are designed to range across experience levels and include Sakai basics, new insights on the first day of class, metacognition, and designing better writing assignments and exams. Lunch with a student panel included.

    Date: Wednesday, August 30
    Time: 8:30am-3:45pm
    Location: Swan Hall
    RSVP: https://goo.gl/forms/Ng9WL4I4TgeDgWhi2

  • Ace Your Course Challenge

    Read about how students from the Ace Your Course Challenge used metacognitive learning strategies to excel in their classes last semester. And look for future announcements regarding the Challenge returning Fall 2017.

  • ATL Conversations

    ATL Conversations are designed to ignite interest and discussion among faculty and staff from across campus about teaching and learning. For each conversation, URI faculty and staff are invited to share their experiences around an innovative approach to teaching and learning.

  • Writing Across the Curriculum Seminar

    Writing Across the Curriculum Seminar

    Join the Writing Across the Curriculum Seminar with Nedra Reynolds, Professor of Writing and Rhetoric and Director of the Writing Across the Curriculum Initiative at URI.

  • Students and Teacher in Active Learning Classroom

    Active Learning Classroom Certification

    ATL offers a series of workshops to prepare faculty to teach in the Active Learning Classroom.

  • Cover of High Impact Teaching Seminar Textbook: Teaching for Learning

    High Impact Teaching Seminars

    The High Impact Teaching Seminar is a seven-session seminar offered each semester and over the summer that covers evidence-based strategies for teaching and learning.

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