The Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) is a place where experts in technology, library sciences, and education work together under one roof to support the work of the Davidson community of scholars—from first-year students to tenured professors. The center is located in the renovated E.H. Little Library with a satellite tutoring location in the South basement of Chambers.

Upcoming Events

Throughout the year the center offers events, presentations, seminars, and workshops that explore innovations in communication and technology and the ways they affect teaching and learning. From new ideas to best practices, we’re here to help you stay at the forefront.

  • Solo Success: How to Thrive in the Academy When You’re the Only ________ in Your Department

    Thursday, February 12th | 11:05am – 12:05pm | Studio D, Center for Teaching and Learning

    Multicultural Affairs and the Center for Teaching and Learning invite faculty members to attend an hour workshop given by guest speaker Kerry Ann Rockquemore.  Interested faculty are asked to RSVP to Erica Naylor (ernaylor@davidson.edu) to confirm their attendance for this workshop.

    The Solo Success Workshop is specifically designed to address the unique concerns of under-represented faculty members. Specifically, participants learn to:

    • Identify the common challenges under-represented faculty face on the tenure-track
    • Identify the three biggest mistakes under-represented faculty make
    • Specific strategies for increasing productivity, serving strategically, teaching efficiently, and building strong and healthy professional relationships
    • Identify why and how to connect with communities of support and accountability
    About the Speaker

    Rockquemore

    Kerry Ann Rockquemore, PhD is President and CEO of the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity. Her scholarship has focused on interracial families, biracial identity, and the politics of racial categorization. She is author of two books: Beyond Black and Raising Biracial Children, as well as over two dozen articles and book chapters on multiracial youth. After Dr. Rockquemore became a tenured professor, her focus shifted to improving conditions for pre-tenure faculty by creating supportive communities for professional development, writing productivity and work/life balance. Her award-winning work with under-represented faculty led to the publication of her most recent book: The Black Academic’s Guide to Winning Tenure Without Losing Your Soul. Through the NCFDD, Dr. Rockquemore provides workshops for new faculty at colleges across the United States, writes a weekly advice column for Inside Higher Education, and works with a select group of new faculty each semester in the NCFDD’s Faculty Success Program.