University Advancement of Teaching Committee (UCAT)
About the Committee
The grants are focused on pedagogical improvement and classroom enhancement. The grants are available to all faculty.
The University Committee for the Advancement of Teaching consists of eight faculty members selected by the Faculty Senate. Each College has one representative, and the College of Arts & Sciences has two representatives rotating among the various divisions.
The Associate Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs serves as ex-officio, without vote. The committee selects its own chairperson.
Information on the UCAT site
Resolutions for the University Committee for the Advancement of Teaching
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