Institutes & Workshops
Accepting 2018 Summer Institute Applications Now!
Our institutes and workshops are designed around these principles:
- create conditions that support professional learning and collaboration
- design high quality learning opportunities aimed at helping participants realize their goals
- use high quality evidence reflecting current research and practice in higher ed
2018 Washington Center Events:
NSILC is designed for campus teams implementing or expanding curricular learning community and/or living-learning community programs as high impact practices, aimed at improving student retention and student success. Teams leave with action plan in hand.
TLNI brings together campus teams committed to using evidence to identify areas of the student experience to strengthen and then, drawing from known successful practices, to construct more effective approaches both in and outside the classroom. Teams leave with action plan in hand.
SoTL is designed for individual educators (who may choose to attend with colleagues), and is grounded in a commitment to thinking about our practice as educators from an inquiry stance.
A place for learning community coordinators to exchange ideas, share questions and effective practices, and hear about new research.
CPR is designed for faculty teams who anticipate working together to design integrative learning experiences for students.
For information on other events, please visit our Other Events page.