News Category: Provost's Teaching Fellows

FIC Spring Break Update

March 12, 2021

We know everyone is ready for and deserves much-needed respite during spring break! As this week wraps up, we are celebrating the work you continue to do in service of our campus community. Read on for the latest FIC news and what's on the horizon.

Feburary FIC Programs Starting Up

Jan. 28, 2021

The latest FIC newsletter includes Director Dr. Molly Hatcher's spring semester reflections, a spring flyer with programming details, and FIC partner news.

Wrapping Up Fall and Looking Ahead to Spring

Dec. 14, 2020

See below for our remaining 2020 events as well as what to look forward to in the new year. Join us on Jan. 12 for first event of the spring semester: Back to School 2021!

Assessing Student Learning

Oct. 28, 2020

How can we best assess student learning in online/hybrid courses? Explore strategies in our latest infographic. In addition to FIC news and partner updates, note "Embracing Discomfort" (Nov. 2) to help navigate moments of classroom conflict.

Reflections: Eyes on Teaching 2020

Feb. 27, 2020

Eyes on Teaching is an annual campus-wide event hosted by the Faculty Innovation Center and the Provost’s Teaching Fellows that highlights the benefits of non-evaluative peer observation and cross-disciplinary conversations. For two days each February, the doors to many of UT Austin’s classrooms are opened for a group of faculty, staff, and graduate student visitors to observe one class session.

PTF Recruitment: Intent Forms Due Nov. 1

Oct. 10, 2019

The Provost Teaching Fellows (PTFs) have launched their annual recruitment process and are seeking UT faculty who are interested in joining our program. The program involves a four-year commitment to active participation in our faculty learning community and organization dedicated to improving teaching practice and campus climate at UT Austin. Fellows receive modest stipends in years 1-4 (pending continued funding), as well as funds to carry out individual projects that generate innovative teaching and programmatic models that are sustainable and scalable.