Teaching Programs and Grants
The Certificate of College Teaching Preparation (CCTP) is an opportunity for graduate students, professional students, and postdocs at Yale to complete a comprehensive training program in effective college teaching.
Yale is a member of the Center for Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (CIRTL) Network. The CIRTL Network is committed to advancing the teaching of STEM disciplines in higher education and offers many ways to engage in professional development opportunities. Find out more about how you can be a part of the CIRTL Network at Yale.
The competitive Associates in Teaching (AT) program, offered in collaboration between the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning, allows Ph.D. students to expand their teaching experiences and responsibilities in partnership with a faculty member.
During the spring semester, grants in the amount of $1,000 are awarded to Yale GSAS students or Postdoctoral Fellows to support the creation of new and innovative educational opportunities for prommoting learning. Teaching Innovation Project (TIP) grants are made possible by generous contributions from the Rosenkranz Fund. Contact Gina Marie Hurley, Associate Director of Graduate and Postdoctoral Teaching Development, for more information.
Like research, when we treat teaching as an iterative process informed by data about student learning, we improve our teaching and opportunities for student learning.