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Lehigh's Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) fosters excellence and innovation in teaching, learning, and research by providing faculty and students with pedagogical development opportunities, expertise in learner-centered, inclusive approaches to teaching, course development guidance, optimal use of collaborative, active learning spaces and technologies that enhance education for students on-campus and off, and a full suite of consultation services and peer-to-peer programs.

 

The Center offers opportunities for faculty and graduate students to enhance excellence in instruction through symposia, workshops, faculty fellowships, course innovation grants, and teacher development programs.

 

Faculty count on us for partnerships, consultations, and support. Students count on us for guidance in writing, research, and communication. The Lehigh community counts on us to learn about cutting-edge tools, technologies, and teaching techniques.

 

And yet teaching in the digital age is not always cheap or easy.  Your gift will help us inspire faculty, spark innovation, and imagine what remarkable things happen when professors and students think and learn together. Thank you for helping us inspire, innovate, and imagine.

What will a donation to LTS-Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning make possible?

Innovative Instructional Technologies Fund $100 - $1,000
Teaching Workshops for Faculty and Graduate Students $100 - $5,000 /event
Faculty Fellowships and Course Innovation Grants $500 - $1,000 / faculty fellow
TRAC (Technology, Research, and Communication) Writing Fellows $600 - $2,000 / student fellow
Annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning Sponsor $5,000
Collaborative Active Learning Spaces $10,000 - $25,000 / room
Teacher Development Program for Graduate Students $10,000
Graduate Assistant or Post-doctoral Fellow $40,000
For naming opportunities, contact Miki Sankary (610-758-2691 or miki@lehigh.edu), or Greg Reihman (610-758-6840 or grr3@lehigh.edu).