The purpose of this annual symposium is to share the university’s integrated approach to research, teaching, and service.
Whether you just arrived or have taught at UT for a few semesters, we have curated a list of resources around Starting Off, Teacher-Scholar, Professional Development and Creating Community @ UT.
Whether you are looking for feedback on your teaching from your students in the midst of the semester or making sense of your course evaluations or looking for a colleague to come into your class to observe, we have curated resources to assist you.
We work with faculty and assist departments in rethinking the courses and pathways that students need for graduation.
We provide opportunities to advance graduate students’ pedagogical, academic, and professional progress.
The Fellows are hard-working, forward-thinking, community-minded faculty committed to improving teaching practice and campus culture.
We award small grants to UT Austin faculty to develop or scale promising innovations.
Whether you are a faculty member preparing for tenure review or a graduate student gearing up for a job search, we provide guidance on how to craft a teaching statement.
The teaching portfolio is an important collection of artifacts and reflections that describe your style and growth as a teacher. These resources offer concrete suggestions for what to include in your teaching portfolio and how to assemble it.