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JULY 9, 2021 | College Teaching Certificate | Initial Submission Deadline | Summer Semester Completion
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SEPTEMBER 3, 2021 | Peer Teaching Partnership | Registration Deadline | Fall Semester
OCTOBER 22, 2021 | Visual Arts @ NDSU Video Proposals Due
NOVEMBER 19, 2021 | College Teaching Certificate | Initial Submission Deadline | Fall Semester Completion
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DECEMBER 17, 2021 | College Teaching Certificate | Final Submission Deadline | Fall Semester Completion
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Hear instructors present their most successful and unique teaching ideas.
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Kalpana Katti, University Distinguished Professor of civil and environmental engineering, describes her teaching philosophy this way: "A push for excellence is not effective without empathy."
Cheryl Wachenheim cares about her students and works hard to make sure they know it.
“At NDSU, teaching is truly a student-centered activity,” said Wachenheim, who teaches a variety of courses,…
In 2020, Indranil SenGupta was awarded the Odney Excellence in Teaching Award, which honors outstanding instruction at NDSU.
Indranil SenGupta considers himself a mathematics tour guide. His goal is…