MT Engage Summer Institute

2022 | Day 1

100, James Union Building (JUB)

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* The Summer Institute has reached maximum capacity. Please email Julie Myatt if you wish to be placed on the waiting list. *


Each year, MT Engage hosts a Summer Institute for MTSU faculty. This much-anticipated event includes an overview of MT Engage and its student learning outcome of integrative and reflective thinking, spotlights high-impact practices, and supports faculty in developing signature assignments and ePortfolio pedagogies. Surveys of past participants are overwhelmingly positive and indicate that faculty appreciate the opportunity to interact with and learn from colleagues across campus.   

This year's Summer Institute will be held from 9:00-3:00 on Tuesday, May 10, and from 9:00-noon on Wednesday, May 11, in the James Union Building, Room 100. Participants who attend both days and submit a course certification form will receive a $500 stipend. We have a limited number of seats available, and they tend to fill quickly, so please register at your earliest convenience to reserve your spot.   

NOTE: Registering for day 1 of the Summer Institute automatically registers you for day 2.

Questions? Contact Julie Myatt:


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