Kennesaw State University


Participants in the 2018-19 CETL Faculty Learning Communities came together to learn about a particular topic of interest and to create a product to share with the campus community. Read more about these commendable projects below:

Engaging in Undergraduate Research: A Cross‐Disciplinary Effort to Improve Faculty and Student Experiences. Leader: Evelina Sterling; Participants: Jennifer Willard, Rongkai Guo, Yuri Feito, Tsai-Tien Tseng, Angela Farr Shilling, Sarah Holmes, and Amy Buddie (ex-officio)

This combination of workshops and webinars for a graduate student audience is designed to address core competencies for graduate student teachers.

Participants at the 2019 SoTL Institute enjoyed some time away from campus to learn more about SoTL and focus on their individual SoTL projects.

Graduate Student Teaching Support and Services

I. GRAD 9001: College and University Teaching 

One-credit hour, online, eleven-week session offered Spring and Fall semester

The deadline to submit a proposal for the Research on Teaching and Learning Summit is approaching soon! Please submit your proposal by April 30, 2019. The Summit will be held at the KSU Center on Friday, October 18, 2019.

Do you have a question about your students’ learning that you’d like to explore?

Would you like to study your own teaching using rigorous, empirical methodology?

Could you better meet these goals with the assistance of a supportive group of peers and a knowledgeable facilitator to keep you accountable?

Become a SoTL Scholar!