Each year, the CLIC supports and sponsors faculty and staff in their professional development endeavors to attend teaching and learning related professional development events such as:
CLIC also offers support for instructors to attend conferences and workshops related to professional development in teaching and learning.
Watch for CLIC monthly messages and the Staff Digest for proposal and attendee information, deadline dates and event details.
Faculty College is an annual summer kick-off retreat for UW System educators. Every year, typically at the end of May, approximately 100 faculty and instructional academic staff from throughout the UW System meet for three days of reflective exploration of teaching, learning and curricular issues. Appointed by their Provosts, participants also engage in shared meals, contemplative walks, and collegiality across disciplines and institutions.
Faculty College Requirements:
Faculty College Process:
UW-Superior has a rich history of Fellows and Scholars with participation dating back to 1985. The program offers UW faculty and teaching academic staff an opportunity to collaborate with other exceptional teachers from across the UW system from various disciplines as well as support in completing a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) project.
UW-Superior nominates two WTFS who will attend Faculty College, Summer Institute, Winter Institute & culminate their scholarly work with presenting at the OPID Spring Conference.
WTFS Program Requirements:
Fellows/scholars receive a $4,000 stipend in financial support from UW-Superior and a $500 Supplies & Expense grant from OPID.
WTFS Program Process:
For additional information, please contact UW-Superior CLIC Director, Jamie White-Farnham
2020/21 (continued to 2021/22) Wisconsin Teaching Fellows:
2019/20 Wisconsin Teaching Fellows:
Check out additional CLIC sponsored session details and opportunities here. Watch for CLIC Messages and the Staff Digest for proposal submission and attendee information, event details and deadlines.