President, Provost announce Teaching Support Program
The Ohio State University is unveiling a new plan to boost excellence in teaching across the university.
On Thursday, President Michael V. Drake and Executive Vice President and Provost Bruce A. McPheron visited representatives from the College of Arts and Sciences to discuss the new Teaching Support Program.
The program, offered through the University Institute for Teaching and Learning, is a voluntary professional development program to provide additional support for teaching faculty and their work in the classroom. The program is available to tenure-track faculty, clinical faculty and lecturers.
“Why are we doing this? We’re doing this to help us as a university to be better teachers and to help our students have better experiences,” Drake said. “That’s the goal.”