Faculty and staff who teach are invited to workshops and conversations at the CTL unless otherwise noted.

Workshops and Conversations

Please contact the CTL for accommodations.

Jan. 26, 3-4 pmStudent Essays & the Abilities of AI Technology Or Is it the Death of Student Writing? with Lauren Connolly
Feb. 2, 12-1pmBook Talk: Walking with Asafo in Ghana: An Ethnographic Account of Kormantse Bentsir Warrior Music with visiting scholar Dr. Nana Ama Oforiwaa Aduonum
Feb. 7, 12-1 pmGen Ed Conversations with Amanda Van Lanen
Feb. 8, 3-4 pmLeveraging Design Thinking Strategies for Recruitment and Retention with April Niemela (in-person)
Feb. 14, 12-1 pmStop Reinventing the Canvas Wheel with Carrie Kyser
Feb. 16, 12-1 pmBrown Bag Session with Idaho Writer in Residence CMarie Fuhrman: Resiliency and Re-Storying with Poetry 
Feb. 22, 12-1 pmAccessibility in Everyday Design with Sam Coulter
Feb. 28, 3-4 pmAssignments in Canvas: More than Just a Dropbox! With Angela Meek
Mar. 7, 3-4 pmAdvising for Belonging and Retention
Mar. 22, 3-4 pmGen Ed Conversations with Amanda Van Lanen
Apr. 6, 3-4 pmEngaging Students with Videos Panel
April 10, 12-1 pmTips for Professional Writing with Pete Van Mullem (in-person)
Apr. 11, 12-1 pmFaculty Flash Presentations: I Love it When You… 
April 17, 12-1 pmEffective and Efficient Ways to Take Control of Your Email with Julie Bezzerides (in-person)

Coming soon: dates and times for sessions on advising for retention and belonging, developments in Canvas, faculty flash presentations, engaging students with videos, and more. Stay tuned!

Regularly Meeting Groups

Informal conversation in the CTL on Mondays from 12-1, unless there is a workshop at that time. All are welcome! Feel free to bring your lunch. (Subject to change based on health and safety recommendations.)

SP23 Meetings will be at 12:00 on 2/15, 3/22, and 4/19 on Zoom. To sign up for the book club (or for more information), contact Angela Wartel.

The Scholarly Research and Writing Group will begin meeting on alternate Thursdays at noon, except for spring break, starting on January 26, 2023. In these meetings, participants share updates on their work, set goals, and support each other. The group provides gentle structure and accountability to help participants achieve their goals. Everyone is welcome. For more information, contact Peter Remien.

Feb. 17: Cohort session / "Finish Strong" theme - plan to completion

March 17: All-faculty session: guest speaker/panel 

April 21: Project presentations (cohort only)


Looking for a list of past events?

The archive includes inquiry groups, workshops, presentations and book clubs dating back to 2015.

Contact Information

Center for Teaching and Learning


500 8th Avenue

Lewiston, Idaho 83501

    If you have items to add to the calendar, please contact the CTL.