The Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (CIRTL) is happy to announce its new website has arrived!...
Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning
Committed to advancing the teaching of STEM disciplines in higher education.
Our events offer the opportunity to engage with experts across the CIRTL Network without the more intensive time commitment of a course. Spring 2023 registration opens on January 10th at 11:00am CT.
Spring 2023 Programming Preview
CIRTL’s Spring 2023 online programming includes two courses, a MOOC, three workshops, and two event series. Programming will run January through April, and...
New Publication: “Citation as Pathway: Reorienting Pedagogical Approaches”
In Fall 2021, two then-graduate students from Columbia University, Cat Lambert and Diana Newby, taught a workshop for the CIRTL...
“CIRTL provided me with the confidence to enter the classroom and other instructional settings on Day 1! The skills developed through CIRTL have been instrumental in my transition to full-time academia.” – Assistant Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Learn More about CIRTL
CIRTL programs draw upon three core ideas that guide our approach to preparing future faculty:
- Learning through Diversity (LtD)
- Teaching-as-Research (TAR)
- Learning Communities (LC)
Student & Faculty Benefits
Through CIRTL programming, graduate students and postdocs build skills, prepare for teaching roles, and gain an advantage in their job search. Faculty and institutions also gain benefits from engaging with our international community of STEM and education innovators.
Projects & Partnerships
CIRTL Institutions often partner together, and with external organizations, on grant-funded projects. These opportunities provide additional support for local teams and allow exploration of new teaching techniques, equity, inclusion and change initiatives, research, and more.
“CIRTL really shapes my ongoing perspective as a teacher. I’m constantly reaching out to resources within the network, friends and teachers, mentors that I met for support, but also those ideas and just that habit formed of thinking about our teaching, as research, trying new things, trying to make a difference. CIRTL really set that up for me.” – Associate Professor of Psychology
The CIRTL Network includes 43 research universities across the United States and Canada. Each university houses a local CIRTL community, unique in its student populations, programs, and special areas of expertise. Together we bring that value of diversity and knowledge to our cross-Network, creating engaging programs that support teaching excellence and shared learning.
Interested in joining the CIRTL Network? Learn more about our annual membership cycle or contact us with any questions.