The Center for Integrative Learning & Teaching Innovation (CILTI) fosters a supportive, creative, and collaborative environment that enhances student success by promoting teaching and learning excellence and professional growth for the faculty community.
CILTI provides a centralized location that brings together resources from across the campus and the larger community to support teaching and learning. It serves as an “Educational Change Agent” and promotes pedagogical approaches and high-impact strategies that lead to integrative learning.
In pursuing this mission, the Center’s focus is on four key areas:
Alamito Hall, A-105
Sha-Shonda Porter, Ph.D., MFA
Integrative Learning Council: John Daniels, Mary Darin, Chrystal Haynes, Chip Izard, Carol Kent, Susan Long, Sha-Shonda Porter, Rolanda Randle, Sara Perez-Ramos, David Robison, Mae Spicer, Curtis Thomas