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PTLC

President’s Teaching and Learning Collaborative (PTLC)

The University of Colorado four-campus President’s Teaching and Learning Collaborative is an extension of work begun as an institutional participant in the Campus Program of the Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL), 2006-2009.

The Downtown Denver Campus is proud to have four faculty researchers in the AY 2011-2012 PTLC cohort. These faculty researchers will conduct scholarly inquiry on teaching and confer with coaches, mentors, the Lead PTLC Librarian and the PTLC Campus Director, and they will meet regularly with process librarians to identify appropriate peer-reviewed publication and dissemination opportunities. Other commitments include meetings with coaches and mentors, monthly cohort meetings during the year, and presentations to the system-wide cohort at the beginning and end of the academic year.

The 2011-2012 Downtown Denver Campus PTLC Cohort

Stephen Durham, Assistant Professor
College of Engineering
Green Projects-to-Pavements: A Project-Based Learning Approach to
Introducing Sustainability to Civil Engineering Students and Enhancing Materials Learning 

Farah Ibrahim, Professor
School of Education and Human Development, Counseling Program
Assessing Cultural and Social justice Competence among Graduate
Counseling Candidates at UCD

Christopher Koziol, Associate Professor
College of Architecture and Planning
The Sites of Preservation Education: Archive, Studio, Lab and Field

Ronica Rooks, Assistant Professor
School of Education and Human Development, Department of Health and Behavioral Sciences
The Health Impact Assessment (HIA) Project: Experiential Learning for Health Policy Students
and Policy Intervention for the Northeast Park Hill Community

Learn more about the University of Colorado PTLC.
Learn more about the University of Colorado President’s Teaching Scholars Program.

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