Faculty Learning Community

Faculty Members Challenge Students and Themselves to Maximize Both Learning and an Appreciation for Science and Mathematics

How university professors teach has evolved rapidly in the past decade, so to keep pace, the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (CNSM) has successfully implemented a faculty development project that is now showing the desired result of student success via applied and interactive Faculty Learning Communities (FLC). These FLCs provide CNSM faculty members with the tools, support, and networks needed to enhance and innovate their teaching.

Impact of Best Practices in Teaching

Faculty members in CNSM know that to have successful graduates in science and math, we must engage students with innovative, effective, inquiry- and research-based teaching. As part of reaching this goal, our college is developing a community of teacher/scholars who think critically not only about their field of research, but also the effectiveness of their teaching and student learning in their courses.

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