Associate Dean of the Global School, Kent Rissmiller, delivers a workshop at the Institute on Project-Based Learning

Ready to Advance PBL at Your Institution?

The Center for Project-Based Learning has supported faculty at over 150 higher education institutions, including liberal arts colleges, community colleges, comprehensive institutions, and research universities, in developing high-impact PBL experiences for students.
All faculty members were satisfied with the PD, particularly the format of the PD, quality of the information shared, and high-quality facilitators. All faculty members acknowledged that the content of the PD was relevant to their courses and presented in a clear and organized manner.” 
Mercy STEM Ready Project Based Learning Professional Development Report. June, 2022. Cobblestone Applied Research & Evaluation, Inc. La Verne, CA. Funding support provided to Mercy College by the USED Title III HSI STEM and Articulation program.

Institute on Project-Based Learning

Offered annually in June on the beautiful WPI campus, the Institute offers a stimulating retreat for developing a campus action plan in consultation with experts.

Collaborative For Project-Based Learning

The newest of the Center services, the Collaborative offering is a year-long virtual community of practice to support faculty exploring PBL implementation in their courses and programs.

Professional Development Workshops

The Center develops and delivers custom workshops for groups of different sizes and compositions, tailored to your institution’s interests, goals, and level of experience with project-based learning.

Evaluation and Assessment

We offer support in designing ways to effectively measure, document, and disseminate your PBL efforts and accomplishments. Contact us

Speaking Engagements

The CPBL leadership team is available for keynote addresses and other speaking engagements. Contact us

Our International Network

Visit our interactive map  for a listing of  colleges and universities that have engaged the Center for Project-Based Learning by year(s).