Undergraduate Education supports faculty to be the best educators they can be. 

In collaboration with the provost and the Academic Senate, we are committed to:

  • Developing innovative ways to incorporate best practices in teaching and learning
  • Supporting the development and efficacy of remote instruction during and post-pandemic
  • Supporting departments and colleges in identifying hot spot courses to improve retention and time-to-degree
  • Enhancing Academic Advising
  • Supporting teaching and learning for and by international students (as undergraduates or TAs) 
  • Resources and support for mentoring and engaging undergraduates in research.
  • Advancing instructional technology and innovative learning spaces
  • Providing opportunities for teaching in small-format, interdisciplinary special programs including University Honors Program, First-Year Seminars and Quarter at Aggie Square. 

Support for inclusive, evidence-based teaching and learning

  • The Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE) offers training and resources to advance the quality, efficiency, inclusiveness, and effectiveness of instruction.  Our goals are to enhance learning, increase retention, and improve time to graduation for all students. We provide curricular alignment, integration and assessment; advanced course/series research and development; and community building and professional development for faculty and teaching assistants. The center supports evidence-based decision-making in higher education through institutional- and college-scale analyses and modeling, and also provides educational research support. We create academic analytic tools, analyzes learning systems, and implements predictive models for action. 

Writing Center supports faculty

  • The Writing Center is a dynamic, friendly and professional writing resource hub, dedicated to aiding all Aggies, including faculty. We work with faculty and instructors across campus and disciplines providing one-on-one consultations for faculty members' writing projects and publications along with one-on-one, group or class support for faculty members teaching writing in other disciplinary classes.