CREATE Fellows

What is CREATE?

CEE’s mission is to promote and support effective learning for all UC Davis students. In fulfillment of this mission, CEE offers the Course REdesign And Teaching Effectiveness (CREATE) Fellows Program, a year-long fellowship program designed to support faculty engagement in course (re)design/innovation and promote learner-centered, evidence-based teaching practices that foster success for all students on the UC Davis campus.

2017-2018 CREATE Fellows

Colleen Bronner (Civil and Environmental Engineering)
Natalia Caporale (Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior)
Agustina Carando (Spanish and Portuguese)
Laci Gerhart-Barley (Evolution and Ecology)
Jason White (Chemical Engineering)

Create 2017-2018 Fellows
From left to right: Jason White, Colleen Bronner, Laci Gerhart-Barley,
       Natalia Caporale, Agustina Carando

What do CREATE Fellows do?

CREATE Fellows participate in a program that includes workshop participation, consultations with CEE specialists, reading of current literature on learning and teaching and a course redesign project.  During the seven-part workshop series, CREATE Fellows engage with foundational concepts related to learner-centered teaching.  Past workshops have included topics such as syllabus and course design, designing assignments and assessments, promoting active learning in the classroom, and designing courses for hybrid and online learning.  At the conclusion of the program, CREATE Fellows present their course redesigns at CEE’s Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) conference or other venue.

2018-2019 CREATE Fellows Timeline

Fall 2018                Application period
Winter 2019           CREATE workshops
Spring 2019           CREATE workshops
Summer 2019        Course (re)design period
Fall 2019                Implementation of (re)designed course

2018-2019 Applications

Applications for the 2018-2019 CREATE Fellows Program will be available beginning in Fall 2018.