Utah State University is Home to Excellent Teachers
We're also known for the resources we provide to help teachers create effective and supportive learning environments. The Empowering Teaching Excellence program elevates and promotes our culture of teaching excellence through events and programs that are open to all USU instructors, regardless of role statement or location.
The ETE program is designed to
- Bring together instructors from across the USU system to showcase and share best practices
- Provide training, grant, and recognition opportunities for faculty to further encourage teaching innovation and improvement.
- Put instructors in touch with helpful resources and mentors.
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Spring 2016 and Fall 2016 Seminar Series EventsWe are nearly finished with our Fall 2016 Seminar Series, featuring sessions by Harrison Kleiner, Matt Sanders, Norm Jones, Daniel McInerney, Guy Denton, Garth Wilson, Rachel Walton, Jan Thornton, and Jose Bowen.
Revisit old favorites or see what you might have missed. Past topics include making better use of in-class time, working with native american populations, using rubrics, helping students identify the value of their higher education, and more.
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Several past Empowering events have been recorded and are available for viewing. Click the links below to see what has already been shared.
Faculty Seminar Series
Empowering Teaching Excellence Conference
The Empowering Teaching Excellence Conference occurs every August as teachers from the regional campuses, Eastern campuses, and Logan campus gather for departmental retreats. All instructors at USU are invited.