CELT Teaching Symposium 2023

The Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) hosts the CELT Teaching Symposium to discuss effective teaching practices and student support resources available at Iowa State University. We encourage all new faculty and staff with a teaching role to attend as they prepare for a successful first semester of teaching.

Symposium Goals

  • Identify the practices and resources for effective teaching and learning.
  • Explore student support resources and services available.
  • Discuss the CELT services, support, and development opportunities for educators.

Schedule of Events  (Open to All)
8 8:30 A.M: Coffee and Networking
8:30 10 A.M: National Speaker Todd Zakrajsek, “The Power of Connections”
10:10 11 A.M: Presentation and Panel: The ISU Student and Successful Student Engagement

Sharron Evans, Dean of Students

Sharron Evans, Dean of Students
Andrea Wheeler, Faculty Member, Student Success Champion
Christine Denison, CELT Faculty Affiliate
Moderator: Todd Zakrajsek, National Speaker 


Note: NEW FACULTY ONLY will receive a personalized email to register for the full symposium, including a reserved seat for Dr. Todd Zakrajsek. If you have not received the invitation, please email us at celt@iastate.edu.


If you have a question, need assistance registering, or require a reasonable accommodation to participate in CELT’s events or training programs, please get in touch with us at celt@iastate.edu. For employees needing a reasonable accommodation, you may find more information on the University Human Resources Disability Accommodation page.