Timeline of the Transforming Learning for a Third Century Initiative
President Coleman announces the TLTC initiative at the annual Fall address
The TLTC Committee is formed. Meetings begin Spring 2012.
The first TLTC call for Quick Wins & Discovery proposals was released in November of 2012 and funded in March 2013.
The first three Transformation funds were awarded.
First TLTC large event, "Thinking Big: Engaged Learning for a Third Century"
Provost's Seminar on Teaching – "Unscripted: Engaged Learning Experiences for U-M Students."
First TLTC Engaged Learning Outcomes Lunch. This first lunch discussion focused on Creativity.
TLTC Engaged Learning Outcomes Lunch; Self-Agency and the Ability to Innovate and Take Risks
TLTC Engaged Learning Outcomes Lunch; Intercultural Engagement.
First TLTC Engaged Learning Practices Lunch. This first lunch discussion focused on Engaging External Clients.
The last round of TLTC grants awarded.
The first TLTC-NET grants are awarded.
Investigating Engaged Student Learning grants awarded.
TLTC Engaged Learning Outcomes Lunch; Collaboration & Teamwork
TLTC Engaged Learning Outcomes Lunch; Social/Civic Responsibility & Ethical Reasoning.
TLTC Engaged Learning Practices Series; Interprofessional/Interdisciplinary Education