"We should turn out people who love learning so much and learn so well that they will be able to learn whatever needs to be learned."

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning


Miller Scholars Award Program

A St. Cloud State University Miller Scholar is one who proposes and implements a high quality Scholarship of Teaching and Learning project that will take his or her demonstrated track record in teaching and learning to a significantly higher level.



Candidate Application

For more information please visit the

Miller Scholars Program Page

Questions?  Please do not hesitate to email cetl@stcloudstate.edu


Teaching and Learning Grants 2015-2016

We are now accepting applications for the CETL Teaching and Learning Grants.

CETL Teaching and Learning Grants are awarded to assist in paying for student support, supplies and materials, books and/or specialized software.

To submit an application, follow the link below:



"The CETL Teaching/ Learning Grant helped me bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical clinical skills for my students in Communication Sciences and Disorders. The Hearing Assistive Technology Lab provided a much needed service to St. Cloud and the greater community. Thank you CETL!"

-Dr. Crowell, 2013 Teaching and Learning Grant Recipient

Spring 2015 Booktalks

We are now accepting proposals for Spring Semester Booktalks.

CETL Book Talks are a time-honored tradition in which colleagues have gotten together and had profound dialogues and animated discussions, as well as shared diverse perspectives about books of interest to the University Community as a whole. 

To submit a proposal, follow the link below:

Book Talk Proposal Form



Course Redesign Academy for the Digital Age

"I enjoyed learning about the different apps and websites that can be integrated into D2L"


Facilitator: Dr. Michael Truong

Thursday-Friday, February 5-6, 2015

Participants have:

  • Learned seven principles of undergraduate education,
  • Examined several technology tools (including various features of D2L) at “low tech” and a “high tech” levels, and
  • Worked individually and in groups with Dr. Truong and the SCSU D2L Team to apply one or more of the above principles and tools to the design of one course each.
  • Successfully advanced their use of instructional technology to the next level.

Co-sponsors: CETL and the Center for Continuing Studies.



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