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Faculty Development

The Center for Teaching and Learning serves as a resource for professional development and community-building for new and current Armstrong faculty members. We host workshops, roundtable discussions, and faculty fieldtrips throughout the school year to provide faculty with opportunities for developing pedagogy, internal grants, and fellowship with other faculty. We especially hope that new faculty will find this site useful to captalize on the transition to Armstrong.

In alignment with the university's core value of balancing teaching, mentoring, and scholarship, the Center for Teaching and Learning serves to enhance teaching and learning by providing Armstrong's faculty with diverse programs and professional opportunities to support their instruction, scholarship, and civic engagement. 

Various programs offered through our office include faculty service awards, internal grants, new faculty orientations, faculty learning communities, and collaboration with the university system's faculty development initiatives. At the same time, the goal of this center is to ensure that faculty get the programming they need to meet professional goals and set new ones. If you have a suggestion for a workshop or activity that can assist your work at Armstrong or just have a question about how the Center for Teaching and Learning can help you in your career, please let us know. We encourage your feedback on our programs as well. Feel free to send ideas and feedback to Dr. Nancy Remler at We also welcome you to stop by the office located in Solms 211.