The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) comprises Baccalaureate Experience, Educational Technology, and the UT-Teaching Excellence and Development (UT-TED) unit. We strive to advance the best practices of college teaching by collaborating with faculty members to cultivate an institutional culture in which teaching is highly valued and which inspires students. We also support faculty involvement in inquiry-based undergraduate experiences in research, creative works and internships. The offices are in located in Plant Hall in 222, 224 and 303.
The Center for Teaching and Learning website is designed to assist you and facilitate your work in teaching. We have compiled campus resources, web links and articles provided by faculty and staff from across The University of Tampa and elsewhere on the web. These resources support and enhance your current teaching and learning needs, and we encourage you to share these materials with others in our faculty community. If you have something to contribute or share, please send it to either Joe Sclafani or Educational Technology department.
The CTL Staff
Joseph D Sclafani, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Teaching and Learning
Professor of Psychology
Raymond Cepko, M.A.
Gabriel Fennmore-Anderson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, First Year Studies
Karen E. Garcia, M.S.
Joy Harris, Ph.D.
Director, Educational Technology
Mary Martinasek, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean, Natural and Health Sciences
Associate Professor, Public Health, Health Sciences and Human Performance
Jenna Polizzi, M.S.
Academic Program Specialist
Edesa Scarborough, Ed.D.
Director of First-Year Experience Programs