Workshops and Seminars


August 14-15 - MTEI Teaching Workshop (Snee Hall 1120)


January 18-19 - MTEI Teaching Workshop for New Faculty


April 20-21 - ASEE St. Lawerence Section Conference, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY


May, MTEI Career Proposal Workshop


MTEI Workshops Available By Request

  • Introduction to Teaching with Clickers.
  • Creating Advanced Clicker Questions.
  • Making Course Organization Apparent to Students.
  • Adding Active-Learning to Lectures.
  • Creating a Mid-Semester Evaluation Survey.
  • Creating or Redesigning a Course.
  • Using GroupEng to Automate Assigning Students to Groups.
  • Lecture Capture Options.

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Past Events

April 7-8 - American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) St. Lawrence Section Spring Conference 2016


Jan 16-17, 2014 - Workshop on Effective, Efficient Teaching - Moakley House (JPG)


April 30th, 2013 - "Lunch and Learn" Workshops: "Selecting Textbooks Chapter by Chapter" and "Online Homework Grading" (PDF)


May 8th, 2013 - CAREER Workshop 2013: Writing a CAREER proposal this summer? Come attend our faculty and outreach panel.


Teaching with Technology Lunch - Capturing Content Excerpts, Nov 7th, 2012 (PDF)


Advantages and Strategies in assigning groups. Using GroupEng to automate assigning groups. (PDF)


MTEI  and CTE Workshops January 2012 with Chemical Engineering Professor Emeritus Donald Woods of McMaster University, on student groups, problem solving and critical thinking and project based learning. (JPG)


MTEI Teaching Workshop Led by Prof. Michael Prince - January 17, 2011 on student misconceptions, student engagement and active learning.



Workshop: Active Learning Applied to Teaching Statistics, May 2010


Seminars and Lunch with Dr. Harry Lewis, computer science professor at Harvard. February 25, 2010 (PDF)

  • "Excellence Without a Soul:" A conversation with Harry Lewis About Undergraduate Education
  • "Dilemmas of Privacy and Knowledge"


MTEI Teaching Workshop, January 2010


MTEI Teaching Workshop, January 2009


2008 Wieman Lunch Discussion