By on January 25, 2019

The Center for Research on Teaching and Learning Excellence (CRTLE) engages faculty, graduate teaching assistants, and community partners in professional development and research with a focus on evidence-based, high-impact teaching and learning practices.   

CIRTL-UTA has partnered with the CRTLE and the university’s Quality Enhancement Plan project, Collaborate UTA, to engage in data-rich research projects examining teaching and learning practices on campus.

ENGR 1250, Engineering Problem Solving
Kendra Wallis, PhD, Assistant Professor of Instruction, Material Science and Engineering
Cory Newell, doctoral student in the Department of Psychology.

UTA Maker Literacies Program
Martin K. Wallace, Maker Literacies Librarian & Liaison to Engineering, Math, & Physics
Stephen Doefler, doctoral student in the Department of Psychology.