For Faculty


CRLT-Engin consultants work with instructors, departments, and administrators on a variety of teaching-related topics and issues. Individual faculty can request a Midterm Student Feedback (MSF) session or a one-on-one consultation. An MSF is a three-step, confidential process where you work with a CRLT-Engin Instructional Consultant to gather student feedback. Click below to request a service or learn more about either process.

CRLT-Engin continues to provide services in a range of modalities to support the teaching and learning needs of faculty and postdocs. Honoring current University protocols, CRLT-Engin offers both in-person and remote services and programs. Services will be determined on a case-by-case basis and will depend on a number of factors, including U-M protocols, # of participants, class modality, current public health guidelines, and other relevant factors.

Faculty Midterm Student Feedback Session

Faculty Consultation

Learning Communities

Experiential Learning


CRLT-Engin provides a variety of programs and workshops for new, and current, CoE faculty. CRLT-Engin is also available to facilitate customized teaching workshops during faculty meetings and department retreats. Click below to learn more about the available programs and workshops.

New Faculty Foundations

Teaching & Learning Workshops

Departmental Customized Workshops


CRLT-Engin provides a range of resources to support faculty, and postdocs, in incorporating research-based teaching practices. Whether you’re looking to become more inclusive and equitable in your teaching, or further engage students through the use of active learning and instructional technology, below are some resources to help get you started.

Faculty Videos

Journals on Teaching & Learning

Inclusive Teaching

Getting Started on Teaching

Grants & Awards

To view instructional grants currently available at the University of Michigan and awards for innovative and exemplary teaching, click the below box.

U-M Teaching Grants & Awards