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Welcome to CET&L

Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning

The Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning supports faculty as they seek to infuse UC classrooms with innovative and effective pedagogical approaches to maximize student learning by:

  • promoting research-based best practices; 
  • providing consultations on the programmatic, curricular, course, and individual level; 
  • advancing university initiatives in student learning;
  • supporting diversity and inclusion; and 
  • inspiring, invigorating, and empowering faculty dedicated to the success of their students. 

Our areas of expertise and focus include: classroom pedagogy and innovation, assessment, scholarship of teaching and learning, course design, and gateway instruction.

For more information or to request unit-specific or college-specific training, please contact us at

Upcoming Events


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Call for Applications: New SoTL Groups for Spring 2017 Semester

CET&L is now accepting applications for two new groups in support of faculty engaged in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL): a SoTL Journal Club and a SoTL Writing Group.

Applications will close on Tuesday January 3, 2017 with formal notifications of acceptance on or before Thursday January 5, 2017. You may choose to apply to one or both SoTL groups for the Spring 2017 semester. To apply, click here.

Please direct questions to Beth Faller, 513-556-6367.



Call for Active Learning Classroom Fellows Program Spring 2017

CET&L is now accepting applications for the Active Learning Classroom Fellows Program for Spring 2017 Courses. Applications will close on Thursday, December 1, 2016 with formal notifications of acceptance to be sent on or before Friday, December 9, 2016. To learn more about the ALC Fellow Program click here.


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Resources for Instructors

We believe that "universities are the best places for promoting affirmation and understanding, with spaces for contemplation, debate, inquiry, meditation, and ideation. They are also spaces for artistic expression of anger, anguish, fear, hope, redemption and other emotions experienced during challenging times" (Interim President Beverly J. Davenport, An Open Letter to Our University Community). Our pages are dedicated to supporting instructors in the creation of inclusive learning spaces. Click here.