The University Teaching Council (UTC) at Kent State University is prepared and committed to provide Kent State’s second century of high-quality, lifelong learning. With support from the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), the UTC supports teaching and curriculum development to engage faculty and students in the learning process and provide excellence in scholarship.

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If interested in more information about the UTC, please contact Wendy Tietz.

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Annual Conference

The 22nd Annual Conference Celebrating Teaching

October 22, 2015 and October 23, 2015

This year the conference committee will be using a conference organization feature hosted by Digital Commons @ Kent State University Libraries. Having this and future conferences in the Digital Commons system will allow participants to provide additional materials (if desired) and their conference presentations will be findable online!
When you first enter the system you will create an account if you do not already have one. Once the account is created you will be able to submit your proposal. Thank you for your support as we move towards this new system.

Submit a Proposal for the 2015 conference

Thursday October 22nd (Kiva, 7pm to 9pm)

A Dialogue with Scholars
Presenters: TBD

 

Friday October 23rd (Student Center Ballroom)

Provost’s Continental Breakfast and Round Tables (8:30am - 10:30am)
Round Tables
  • TBD

Invited Round Tables
  • Emeritus Round Table

  • University Teaching Council Round Table

  • Thursday Dialogue Follow-up

Concurrent Panel Discussions Followed by Round Tables (Third floor Student Center, 10:45am - 12:15pm)
  • TBD

President's Luncheon and Glenn W. Frank Lecture (12:30 - 2:30)
  • Glenn W. Frank Lecture

  • Award Presentations DTA and OTA

  • Poster Sessions (Ballroom perimeter)

Dessert Reception Room 204 (2:30pm - 3:30pm)

Please join in honoring recipients of the Distinguished Teaching Award and Outstanding Teaching Award and other teaching awards and celebrating teaching excellence at Kent State.