Graduate Student Program

The Graduate Student Program is designed to provide UTA graduate students the opportunities to enhance their teaching performance while at UTA, train to be reflective educators, and be better prepared for their career. As part of this initiative, College Teaching Training Certificate (CTTC) program was launched in Fall 2021. To apply for the program, please complete the application on For more information, please review CTTC Information Handbook 2022-23 or contact Dr. Nali Kim at

Components of CTTC

Completing your College Teaching Training Certificate (CTTC) requires four important components:

  1. Attend CRTLE's Annual Graduate Student Conference, co-sponsored by UTA's Graduate School
  2. Participate in 5 core and 1 elective teaching workshops provided by CRTLE (May be possible to receive credit for attending CIRTL-Network events on case-by-case basis.)
  3. Develop an online teaching portfolio (CV, Teaching philosophy, Sample syllabus, Example activities, Course observation, End-of-CTTC program reflection)
  4. Conduct a case study on teaching within your discipline and present your findings at annual CRTLE showcase

Upcoming Events 

Spring 2023 Workshops

Registration Links

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