Faculty sought for teaching review project

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Faculty sought for teaching review project

Space is available for faculty to participate in UNL’s 2014-2015 Peer Review of Teaching Project. The series features information on how to document teaching and the opportunity to be involved in discussions of student learning and assessment.

Each participant receives a $1,000 stipend. The deadline to express interest in participating and receive additional information is Aug. 18. Send requests to Jody Kellas, associate professor of communication studies, at jkellas@unl.edu.

The Peer Review of Teaching Project is a UNL campus program that supports teams of faculty in increasing the visibility of the intellectual work of teaching. The program, which started in 1994, allows participating faculty to inquire, analyze and document teaching practices and student learning. The results are made available for use, review and assessment by peers.

In 2005, the project was awarded a TIAA-CREF Theodore M. Hesburgh Award Certificate of Excellence in recognition of it being an exceptional faculty development program designed to enhance undergraduate student achievement.

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