Pitt-CIRTL Teaching Seminar

The University of Pittsburgh is a member of the CIRTL Network (Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning), a consortium of universities committed to advancing the professional development of the next generation of STEM faculty. Dr. Mary Besterfield-Sacre, Director of the Engineering Education Research Center, will discuss various opportunities to learn about and engage in scholarly teaching. 

Anybody affiliated with Pitt can become a CIRTL member and attend their online events. Graduate students and post-docs can obtain Pitt-CIRTL certifications for attending a number of online CIRTL Network events focused on pedagogy, taking a course which follows the Alignment Model, attending learning community meetings, and engaging in a Teaching-as-Research projects. Dr. Besterfield-Sacre will discuss the benefits of engaging in Teaching-as-Research projects for graduate students and post-docs and ideas to improve participation from students in STEM departments at Pitt, as well as how faculty can be mentors to participants.  

Pitt-CIRTL Opportunities to Engage in and Learn About Scholarly Teaching: Preparation for Future Faculty

Date: Thursday, June 25th

Time: 12:30-1:30PM

Location: Room 102, Benedum Hall


Please RSVP to the event here so that we can buy an appropriate amount of food for the event. Pizza will be served!


Thursday, June 25, 2015 - 12:30