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Teach Event

Winter 2023 TEACH U-Symposium

The TEACH U-Symposium, Thursday, January 5, 9 a.m – 12 noon, is a half-day, fully online, professional development event on teaching and learning where YOU decide what will be offered.

Nominate topics by Dec 16 and register

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Consult with someone from the Center for Teaching and Learning at any time:

Get teaching feedback

CTL consultants are available to help you gather mid-quarter feedback from your students, with a Small Group Feedback Session.

Schedule Your SGFS here

CTL general consultations

We offer pedagogical support for individuals and departments. If you are interested, please either submit a general consultation request or schedule time with specific experts below.

Grad teaching advice line 

Email: gradteachingadvice@stanford.edu

Grad students: have a quick teaching related question? Email the graduate teaching advice line. A trained graduate teaching consultant will respond to your teaching-related questions within 1–2 business days while class is in session.

CTL Experts

ANDREI BALTAKMENS, PH.D.

Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
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CASSANDRA VOLPE HORII, PH.D.

STEM, Writing Pedagogies, Educational Development
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KENJI IKEMOTO, MA

Academic Technology
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KENNY LIGDA, PH.D.

Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
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AMANDA MODELL, PH.D.

TA Training
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TIM RANDAZZO, PH.D.

Student Learning, Student Resources, TA Training
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MICHAEL ROUAN, ED.D.

Academic Technology
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CARLOS SELIGO, PH.D.

Academic Technology
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GLORIANA TRUJILLO, PH.D.

STEM
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KRITIKA YEGNASHANKARAN, PH.D.

Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
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