2013 University of Ottawa Chairs in University Teaching
As part of the Destination 2020 strategic plan, the University of Ottawa's Chairs in University Teaching underscore the University's commitment to instructional excellence by:
Each of two Chairholders will receive a three-year non-renewable appointment and an annual fund of $15,000. To highlight the significance of this appointment, each Chairholder's Faculty will provide one assistantship (130 hours per year).
Chairs in University Teaching will also serve as keynote speakers at CUT and University of Ottawa events which may include: the New Professor Orientation Program, the Teaching Assistant Orientation Program, and CUT conference or lecture events. In addition to the submission of an annual progress report, Chairholders will disseminate the results of their scholarly work (via conference or lecture presentations and articles) and give a public presentation in the final year of their program.
Candidates for a Chair in University Teaching must be full-time tenured Faculty members who have:
Publications related to teaching and learning in higher education will be considered an asset.
Submissions for a Chair in University Teaching must include:
For specific information about each of the items to be included in the submission package, please download the Submission Package Guidelines.
The submission deadline is March 15, 2013 at 5:00 pm.
Eight copies of your submission package, including all items listed in the aforementioned submission criteria, must be submitted in print to the Centre for University Teaching at: Vanier Hall (room 1001), 136 Jean Jacques Lussier, K1N 6N5.
Successful candidates will be contacted during the second week of April and will begin their appointment on May 1, 2013.
Inclusive Teaching Practices
Instructional Workshops for Professors
Course Design Institute
June 4 to 7, 2013
Altitude – Expand your horizons
Tools to prepare students for the labour market
Teaching | Learning Grants Program
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June 4 to 7, 2013
136 Jean Jacques Lussier, Room 1001
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