Project Catalyst: How to Engineer Engineering Education
Project Catalyst is a three-day summer workshop for engineering faculty and prospective faculty, including graduate students. Attendees learn research-driven strategies that reduce course preparation time, make classes more engaging and increase student learning.
Faculty and graduate students will learn to enhance their teaching by:
Using instructional objectives to both improve teaching and save time.
Using active, cooperative and problem-based learning.
Teaching teamwork and problem-solving skills.
Better assessing learning outcomes.
Project Catalyst will be held on July 22-24.
Check-in will be on July 21 from 1 - 5 p.m. in Academic West.
Early Registration:$750 for tuition payments postmarked by April 30. Regular Registration:$800 for payments postmarked between May 1 and May 30. Late Registration:$850 for payments postmarked between June 1 and July 10.
Tuition includes all meals during the workshop in our Bostwick Cafeteria, refreshments twice a day and use of campus facilities such as the Bertrand Library and the Kenneth Langone Athletics & Recreation Center.
Tuition is non-refundable after May 30.
Optional on-campus housing is available in the Gateway Residence Center (Roser and Vidinghoff Halls). Most suites include four private bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen and full bathroom facilities. Some suites that have one double room and two singles. Common laundry facilities are available within the center.
Double occupancy:$190 per person for three nights. You may book with a friend or colleague or be assigned an apartment with another participant.
Single occupancy:$330 for three nights, based on availability.
Housing requests must be made by June 30 and are refundable until June 30.
Please let us know if you would like to be included on a contact list in order to facilitate shared transportation from the airport, dinner plans on Tuesday or any other downtown entertainment venue any evening.
Please fill out the form below to apply. Applications will be considered on a first come, first served basis. Applicants will generally be notified of their status shortly after the application is received.