The Pitt-CIRTL Community at the University of Pittsburgh is training the next generation of STEM faculty members with knowledge of and engagement in evidence-based teaching/learning practices. Our learning community consists of a diverse and vibrant group of PhD students, Post-docs, and Faculty members. Pitt-CIRTL offers in-person professional development courses (available for transcript credit or not-for-credit), seminars, and workshops in addition to the online courses, seminars, and workshops offered through the CIRTL Network.
Pitt-CIRTL holds meetings throughout the year for different learning communities that are centered around specific topics of interest to our participants. We currently have a Teaching-as-Research (TAR) learning community lunch for any individuals that are in the process of developing and implementing a TAR project as part of earning Practitioner Certification in STEM Teaching - date/time for summer TAR meetings is Friday 11:30AM - 12:30PM in B12 Benedum Hall. Look for these events in the Upcoming Events section of the homepage, where you may register to attend.