Teaching Lunch Programs
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching (formerly the Center for Teaching Excellence) has provided lunchtime teaching development programs since 2009. Open to faculty and teaching graduate students, these programs offer practical resources to members of the NYU community to enhance their effectiveness in the classroom.
Our workshops focus on practical aspects of teaching, such as using technology, designing syllabi, and leading class discussions. Each session offers participants an in-depth opportunity to engage in interactive activities and gain experience with successful teaching practices. These workshops, offered from 9:00-11:30 a.m. on Fridays, will be limited to 15-20 faculty members and breakfast will be provided.
Join your friends and colleagues at NYU's Torch Club Tap Room as we kick off another exciting and dynamic year of discussions on the craft of teaching. Teaching at the Tap Room is a chance for faculty and graduate students to come together to discuss pedagogical issues with experts and peers alike, while enjoying drinks and refreshments in an informal and relaxed setting.
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching presents conferences focusing on areas of interest to the teaching community. Previous conferences have included the Janice Cutler Symposium of Undergraduate Science Education and several technology-centered full-day conferences.
Learn more about our previous programs and events.