The Center for Teaching and Learning serves as a catalyst for promoting a culture of pedagogical excellence at Marquette University.
Rooted in Ignatian pedagogy and the scholarship of teaching and learning, the Center for Teaching & Learning is committed to the professional development of the campus teaching community. We work with faculty to support sound pedagogical practice while respecting individual learning differences, and help all instructors create a learning environment where all teachers and learners can succeed and flourish.
September 2020: The Center for Teaching and Learning and the Department of Digital Learning have created a new set of resource pages to support faculty and Teaching Assistants in Fall 2020. All the relevant information from the faculty support page has been updated and relocated to that new resource, along with new material.
CTL also offers 1:1 support for all faculty and Teaching Assistants to discuss any aspect of your teaching and goals. We treat every consultation as private, so please do reach out to us via email to set up an appointment.
News and Events
Please join us for the upcoming Fall 2020 events!
Need a break from Fall 2020? Love Music? Join us for a dissection of Marvin Gaye’s What’s Going On as one of the most influential social movement records of our time. This will lead us to an informal discussion on the albums, songs, and artists who have impacted your life.
Thursday, December 3 | 3-4 PM.
Marquette University’s Center for Teaching & Learning: Call for Papers Submission Deadline: May 15, 2021
To be published at and for Marquette University in Fall 2021. Title: On the Vocation of the Educator in This Moment.
Faculty Diversity Fim & Book Club
SAVE THE DATE
THURSDAY, JANUARY 14 | 9 AM to 12PM
Radical Compassion and Kinship: The Vocation of the Educator in Time of Crisis
(keynote and reflection on being faculty in 2020)
Speaker: Father Greg Boyle, Society of Jesus and Founder of Homeboys Industries
Read this one-page document with a summary of results and resources from the first two Fall 2020 Academic Experience student surveys.
Read Dr. Maney's recent reflection in Conversations in Jesuit Higher Education magazine on Dreaming Solidarity.
Listen to Dr. María Parés-Toral from the Department of Digital Learning and Dr. Jennifer Maney from the CTL discuss the Pivot to Digital and the center’s support for faculty. This podcast is part of Marquette University’s COVID Conversations.