CIRCLE’s Teaching Academy is a workshop series, meeting 2 – 3 times per year and bringing together faculty from STEM disciplines at WashU. The goal of the Teaching Academy is to create a community of practice at WashU to promote and sustain continual improvements in STEM education. Each workshop focuses on a different topic related to evidence-based teaching strategies for undergraduate STEM courses.

If you are interested in learning more about our previous events and strategies for your own courses, click on the links below:

August 2018 Meeting: Current Innovations in STEM Courses at WashU

February 2019 Meeting: Social Belonging and Concept Building

August 2019 Meeting: Inclusive Classroom Environments

If you are a STEM faculty member and are interested in participating in upcoming Teaching Academy workshops, please contact Ali York at The next workshop is scheduled to take place on February 27th from 11:30 – 1:00 pm. Details can be found on the Events page.