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MN REFLECT Applications Due (Learning Community)

June 6, 2020


MN REFLECT Applications Due – Extended deadline: June 6, 2020*

The MN REFLECT program brings together faculty from across disciplines, institutions, and experience to participate in a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) faculty learning community. Minnesota State REFLECT scholars will be supported as they develop, implement, and present research results at a conference or in a journal. Research studies should focus on pedagogical practices that enhance the teaching and student experience.

Participants will meet for a virtual one-day retreat and then monthly (Sept. – Nov. and Feb. – April) to continue progress, share ideas, collaborate, and obtain consultation and support. Minnesota State REFLECT is a credit release (.5 credit per year) 2-year commitment.

This year, MN REFLECT cohorts will be asked to reflect on their teaching, develop SoTL questions, and explore their teaching and students’ learning using a lens of equity. Additionally, applicants may apply as part of a partnership or triad to expand the impact of the work.

Read more about the history of MN REFLECT.

How to Apply

  1. Review the MN Reflect Project Overview PDF* and complete Appendix A: Institutional Commitment*
  2. Preview the application questions PDF* (Optional)
  3. Complete the online application form* and upload Appendix A

*Please note the original deadline you may see in documents was March 24 . The deadline has been extended to June 6, 2020.


Contact Catherine Ford.


June 6, 2020
Event Category:


Reflecting and Revising

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