Creating and sharing best practices to enhance teaching and learning.

Office of Teaching and Learning

A supportive place to find workshops, resources, and assistance to better your teaching. With extensive experience in successful grant writing at all levels, Office of Teaching and Learning staff are available to work with you as part of your grant application team. Meeting space is available for your education-related initiatives. Our reach is broad, encompassing all subject areas and interdisciplinary approaches to education.




Upcoming Events

Events geared toward faculty, teaching staff, staff, and graduate students.

Upcoming Events



OCTOBER 11, 2018  |  Advisor-Advisee Relationship  // 12 to 1 p.m.  // MU Badlands Room  //  Graduate Student Council event

OCTOBER 16, 2018 CAFSNR Teaching Cafe - Student Engagement // noon to 1 p.m. // MU Meadow Lark Room

OCTOBER 17, 2018  |  12 to 1 p.m. // Intersectionality, Motherhood, Contingent Faculty // Women in the Academy Series

OCTOBER 22-26, 2018  |  Active Learning Week // Take the Association of American Colleges and University pledge

NOVEMBER 6, 2018  |  12:30 to 1:30 p.m. // Sexual Harassment // Women in the Academy Series

NOVEMBER 13, 2018  |  CAFSNR Teaching Cafe - Topic TBD // noon to 1 p.m. // MU Arikara Room

NOVEMBER 15, 2018  |  How to Search and Write for Fellowships/ Scholarships  //  Graduate Student Council event

DECEMBER 5, 2018  |  12 to 1 p.m. // What Next? // Women in the Academy Series

JANUARY 7-8 , 2019  |  Orientation Event  //  Graduate Student Council event

JANUARY 22, 2019  |  CV and Resume Writing  // Graduate Student Council event

JANUARY 24 - MAY 9, 2019  |  Online Teaching and Learning Faculty Learning Community

FEBRUARY 12, 2019  |  Networking // Graduate Student Council event

MARCH 20, 2019  |  How to Sharpen Presentation Skill: Poster and Podium // Graduate Student Council event

APRIL 3, 2019  |  GSC 3rd Annual Research Symposium // Graduate Student Council event




The latest news and happenings.



The 2018 Early Career Excellence in Teaching Award was presented to Keerthi Nawarathna. Nawarathna, an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Gateways-ND participant, joined NDSU in 2014. Read more >>


Major Maps Due - Be sure to turn in your major maps this week. Major Map Resources >


Dr. Donald Johnson, NDSU OTL Gateways-ND participant, was recently named Outstanding History Teacher by the North Dakota Society Daughters of Colonial Wars. Congratulations Dr. Johnson! Read more >>


NDSU’s new Office of Teaching and Learning is scheduled to open July 1. The office’s role is to support the creation of student-centered, innovative educational programs and provide professional development to strengthen teaching at NDSU. Read more >>