Center for Engaged Pedagogy

Student Programming

Midterm Plan-a-Thon

Join us for a Midterm Plan-a-thon Thursday 10/6 from 2-4pm in the CEP (126 Milstein). We will have blank templates for weekly, daily, and monthly calendars along with super cute stickers and pens to decorate your study schedules. At 2PM, we will also have a mini workshop on Breaking the Procrastination Cycle to help support your time management skills! No need to RSVP, just drop in!

Student Workshops

Visualizing Goals: Setting Intentions

Are you looking to set some intentions this semester? Are you interested in developing mindful routines and habits? Join us for another workshop on visualizing goals for the Fall semester. We will set meaningful intentions and goals together and talk through strategies to work towards these goals. We will also create vision boards and experiment with different visualization exercises.

This workshop will take place in-person in Friday 10/7, 2-3PM in Milstein 126.


Queer History Month

The CEP is celebrating and honoring Queer History Month with an Inclusive Teaching Drive that will kick off the week of October 3rd and continue for the rest of the semester. As part of this drive, we are asking departments and programs to host us at an upcoming faculty meeting, where we will introduce faculty to our guides and services that are directly connected to gender and trans inclusivity, as well as other resources that focus on inclusive and anti-oppressive pedagogies and practices at large. Keep an eye out for our social media updates to see which departments participate and celebrate Queer History Month with us!

Student Workshops

Joy and Science of Note-taking

Come discuss and learn about note-taking habits, techniques, and practices for readings, lectures, and discussion-based courses. You'll leave with note-taking templates and supplies! 

This workshop will take place in-person on Monday, Sept 19 from 4-5:15pm in Diana 504.


At the Center for Engaged Pedagogy, we believe that teaching and learning is a transformative process. Both students and teachers engage in meaningful teaching and learning practices that foster mutual growth and facilitate the collaborative cultivation of knowledge. We are committed to supporting and striving towards inclusive and innovative pedagogical practices that acknowledge diverse ways of knowing, forms of expertise, and academic pathways.