Campus News

New CTL program

The Center for Teaching and Learning has launched a new fellows opportunity for faculty who teach full time at UGA.

“CTL Fellows for Innovative Teaching,” a program funded in part by the Office of the Vice President for Instruction, is a calendar year program that will change focus each year to align with topics of strategic importance for the university. For 2015, the focus is on “flipping the classroom.” Activities for the CTL Fellows for Innovative Teaching begin in December and conclude in December 2015, and each participant will receive $2,000 to support his/her “flipped classroom” development project.

Faculty who teach challenging, high-enrollment, high-demand courses are especially encouraged to apply to participate in this inaugural cohort.

Twelve fellows will be selected for the 2015 program. Applications are due Oct. 31 at 5 p.m. Notifications of selections will be made no later than Nov. 10.

Full program details, the application processes and information about “flipping the classroom” can be found at

Email questions about the new fellows program to Eddie Watson, CTL director, at