By Christina Spence and Jane van den Dries
Carleton has launched a new program that will highlight teaching excellence and act as a springboard to foster student success and social change.
The three-year Chair in Teaching Innovation appointment will be awarded to educators who have demonstrated teaching excellence and innovation across their academic careers.
Funded by Teaching and Learning Services, with support from the Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic), the initiative will provide faculty members with $45,000 spanning three years to undertake scholarly projects to advance teaching excellence at Carleton.
The goal of the initiative is to recognize Carleton’s top educators and encourage faculty to develop a scholarly approach to teaching and learning across the university, with a particular emphasis on strategies to foster student success.
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