As winter term wraps up, the OSU campus is abloom with all the signs of spring. And here at the Center for Teaching and Learning we’re already gearing up for our spring calendar of events. One event that you don’t want to miss is the Center’s all-day Teaching and Learning Symposium III on Tuesday, April 16. Our first two symposia this year produced great dialogue and many cross-disciplinary connections, as well as a growing awareness of the ways in which CTL supports teaching and learning at OSU. These symposia also serve as a venue for reflection and renewal. We look forward to seeing you at the April 16 symposium . . . stay tuned to the CTL website for the full symposium program and registration info.
Spring Renewal . . . Save the Date
Posted by Cub Kahn on Wednesday, March 13th 2013
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