Provost’s Seminars on Teaching

The Provost’s Seminars on Teaching provide opportunities for lively and substantive dialogue across disciplinary boundaries about a wide range of teaching and learning issues. Since 1994, these seminars have explored topics in higher education pedagogy that promote critical campus conversations and teaching innovations across the curriculum.

2018-2019 Provost’s Seminar topics:

  • Fall 2018: “What Is a Masters Degree?”
  • Winter 2019: “Discipline-Based Educational Research”

The Provost invites individual faculty members to participate and hosts the seminars. Invitation lists include faculty at all ranks and from all U-M schools and colleges, especially those with special interest or expertise in the seminar topic. The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) is the primary organizer of these events.

For more information about this series, contact Malinda Matney at CRLT at