There is room for a few additional teams for the 2019 Institute on Project-Based Learning, so we will accept applications on a space-available basis until February 28. If you plan to apply, please notify Paula Quinn (email@example.com) of your intentions as soon as possible.
The Institute on Project-Based Learning draws on over 40 years of experience integrating project-based initiatives into undergraduate education including classroom projects in a wide range of disciplines, projects in the first year, major capstone projects, and community-based projects. Project-based learning offers students real-world opportunities to research issues, think critically, gain new perspectives, solve problems, and develop written and oral communication skills all within the framework of a team environment and guided by engaged and involved faculty. Download the 2019 brochure.
“We are honored to partner with AAC&U on the Institute on Project-Based Learning. AAC&U’s expertise in delivering useful programs for faculty and administrators and their influence across higher education will help assure that this institute has national impact.”
Who Should Attend
The institute is designed for faculty and administrators from a wide variety of institutions—including public, private, liberal arts, STEM, community colleges, and research universities—who are interested in learning about project education and advancing plans to integrate learnings into their own undergraduate curricula.
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