For Student Instructors


Student Instructors can request a Midterm Student Feedback (MSF) session or one-on-one consultation. An MSF is a three-step, confidential process where you work with an Engineering Teaching Consultant (ETC) to gather student feedback. Click below to request a service or learn more.

Midterm Student Feedback Session

Student Instructor Consultation


CRLT-Engin provides a variety of programs and workshops for new, and current, CoE student instructors. All new student instructors are required to fulfill the orientation training and Ongoing Professional Development requirement. Click below to learn more and see other current programs and workshops.

Engineering GSI Teaching Orientation

Engineering IA Teaching Orientation

Returning GSI & IA Training

Teaching & Learning Workshops

Engineering Teaching Consultants

Departmental Customized Workshops


CRLT-Engin provides a range of resources to support all student instructors in incorporating research-based teaching practices. Whether you’re looking to become more inclusive and equitable in your teaching, learn the elements of lesson planning, or prepare for a future academic career, below are some resources to help get you started.

GSI Lesson Planning Videos

Inclusive Teaching

Advanced Teaching & Faculty Career Preparation

Getting Started on Teaching

Grants & Awards

Each year, the Richard and Eleanor Towner Prize Award for Outstanding Graduate Student Instructors honors up to four engineering GSIs who demonstrate creativity, excellence, and dedication to student success. To learn more about the criteria and selection process for this award, or other grants, see below.

Towner Prize

U-M Teaching Awards