Faculty & Instructors

The CTI offers a range of opportunities to join colleagues in and across disciplines to discuss teaching and learning. Guided by research, explore ideas and techniques you can apply immediately in any learning environment.

Instructor throws a “catch box” microphone to a student in a large lecture class that is part of the Active Learning Initiative

Active Learning Initiative

ALI supports departments in redesigning their courses to implement research-based active learning strategies and create sustainable improvements to undergraduate education at Cornell.

Any person, many stories logo

Any Person, Many Stories

Any Person, Many Stories: Histories of Exclusion and Inclusion at Cornell is a digital exhibition (to open Fall 2022) featuring histories researched and written by Cornell students, faculty, and staff.

Four people talking during a professional development workshop

Individual Consultations

We offer individuals, teaching teams, and departments formative, confidential consultations on teaching and learning. 

Faculty discussing around a table

Curriculum Mapping for Diversity & Inclusion

This consultative service guides academic programs through the curriculum mapping process, with a specific focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion outcomes.

A student wears virtual reality googles

Innovation Awards

Explore new tools and technologies, approaches, and teaching strategies to enhance learning experiences at Cornell

Faculty at an institute


Join collegial communities for immersive experiences to transform a course.

A student working on an assignment

Mid-Semester Feedback Program

This confidential program assists faculty members in obtaining student feedback about the course when there is still time to adapt and improve.

Two faculty members standing in a discussion

New Faculty Programs & Resources

This series of programs is designed to accelerate new faculty teaching success in their first years at Cornell.

Faculty at a workshop

Workshops and Other Opportunities

Explore topics and imagine how to apply them in the context of your teaching.

Students sit under a tree in spring

Thank a Professor

Students, send a message to express your gratitude for a professor who made your learning experience memorable.