As an institute, TILT fosters connections among learners and teachers throughout the University, across program and disciplinary boundaries, and in the broader community. Working with partners from across the University, we pursue a mission of enhancing learning, teaching, and student success.
Civil and environmental engineering Professor Darrell Fontane has been named a University Distinguished Teaching Scholar by Colorado State University.
Fontane, who joined CSU in 1983 as a tenure-track assistant professor, is recognized for his talents and excellence in teaching and mentoring undergraduate students as they conduct research. He has also received multiple teaching awards given by CSU students and administrators.
Since 1997, Fontane has served as a full professor in the department. Since 2002, he's also served as an associate department head for undergraduate studies and Master Teacher Initiative Coordinator for the College of Engineering. Read more »
We are pleased to announce the 2013 TILT Summer Conference on Learning, Teaching, and Critical Thinking. Held Wednesday and Thursday, May 22nd and 23rd, the conference provides opportunities to explore a wide range of issues related to the use of critical thinking and leadership skills in our courses. Learn more about the conference and register for sessions on our Conference Page ».
Colorado State University's annual Orientation for New GTAs is a day long event covering the responsibilities and expectations of a graduate teaching assistant.
Incoming GTAs are introduced to strategies for enhancing teaching and learning, academic integrity, and assessesment of student performance as well as the wide variety of learning and teaching resources available at CSU. Learn more »
Register for the Event: Incoming GTAs, please Register Here »