The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning typically hosts an Enhancement Day during the Welcome Week at the beginning of the Fall Semester and Spring Semester. It is usually scheduled for one day and is dedicated to professional and faculty development for the entire campus. Fourteen of these events have been held between Fall 2007 and Spring 2015, with over 4,501 points of contact with UW-Superior faculty and staff.
Enhancement Days are often themed to focus on specific issues in higher education or on issues specific to UW-Superior. Sometimes they are open to an array of sessions developed by campus experts related to professional development and higher education. Details about past Enhancement Days can be reviewed in the CETL Connections Newsletters in CETL's News Archive.
Spring 2015 Enhancement Day
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Track One Program Schedule:
Link here to Faculty & Staff Enhancement Day Schedule for August 27, 2014 (full details in color with photos).
Link here for 2-page, back to back, black & white abbreviated schedule for downloading the Fall 2014 Enhancement Day Schedule.
Link here for text only schedule of the Faculty & Staff Enhancement Day activities.
January 15, 2014 Opening and Welcome
Redux of November 20, 2013
Campus Celebration of Scholarship
SAVE THE DATE - August 28, 2013 for the
Fall 2013 Enhancement Day Schedule of Activities
Click on the title above for a 6-page detailed printable schedule,
including Breakout Session descriptions and presenters.
Spring 2013 Enhancement Day
- Preparing for the HLC Visit
Click on the highlighted links below to view the full program and videos of the featured presentations.
8:45 - 9:30 a.m. Assessment Fair
9:30 - 11:30 a.m. Opening Midway Event - Preparing for the HLC Visit
featuring Dr. Jeff Rosen, Vice President for Accreditation Relations,
Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association
with Panel Discussions
by UW-Superior Continuous Improvement Planning Team (CIPT)
11:45 - 1:00 p.m. General Education Grandstand Event:
Effective Teaching and Learning
featuring Dr. Joel Sipress, Professor of History
in the Department of Social Inquiry
1:15 - 4:00 p.m. Mock HLC Visit Exercises.