Orientation to College Teaching is a series of modules designed to provide information, instruction and support
to faculty and teaching staff at the university level who wish to enhance their teaching and support their students' learning.
The Orientation to College Teaching was created to support the professional development of postdoctoral scholars in the behavioral and biomedical sciences. The contents of this website were developed with grant funds from the Fund for the Improvement of Post-secondary Education (FIPSE), U.S. Department of Education*, and the Institutional Research and Academic Career Development Award Program (IRACDA), from the Minority Opportunities in Research (MORE) Division of the National Institute of Health. Information on the postdoctoral professional development programs supported by FIPSE (pop-up) and IRACDA (pop-up) at the links indicated.
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