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UT CIRTL: Facilitating Undergraduate Evidence-Based Learning in STEM

Are you a graduate student or postdoctoral fellow interested in learning more or enhancing your teaching? Join Teaching & Learning Innovation for this summer’s “Facilitating Undergraduate Evidence-Based Learning (FUEL) in STEM” professional development seminar. 

This 6-module professional development seminar introduces participants to a disciplinary exploration of teaching and learning practices employed primarily in undergraduate STEM courses. Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows can enjoy a number of benefits from participating in UT CIRTL FUEL:

  • Earn the internationally-recognized CIRTL Associate Certification, which can be included in a teaching portfolio or on a vitae
  • Develop knowledge about the most current teaching and learning research
  • Apply the concepts of evidence-based teaching strategies, learning through diversity, teaching as research, and learning communities to one’s current teaching experience
  • Build a learning community with like-minded students from different disciplines to think about and discuss various topics related to teaching and learning

Register by visiting

Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Strong Hall, Room 106
1621 West Cumberland Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37996

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Training & Workshops


Teaching & Learning


Current Students, Faculty & Staff



Teaching and Learning Innovation



Contact Name

Dr. Ferlin McGaskey

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