The Harriet W. Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning


The Sheridan Center offers intensive, immersive opportunities for faculty and graduate students across the disciplines to (re)design courses with colleagues.

During June 4-6, 2024, the Sheridan Center will host a 3-day COEX Course Design Institute to provide support for course development including professional training on course design based on emergent practices within the COEX model, individual consultation and feedback, a supportive cohort of peers, easily adaptable course materials, and standardized assessment of your course.
Data Science Course Design Institute (DSCDI) is a great opportunity for you to begin to develop new, or enhance existing, data science-related content in your course.
Problem solving is a skill you develop over time, but how do you teach it in a semester? The Problem-Solving Course Design Institute (PSCDI) is an opportunity for faculty, staff, postdocs, and graduate student teams* to (re)design assignments that engage students in the problem-solving process.