The Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL) Network, established in 2003 through funding from the National Science Foundation, now encompasses more than 40 public and private research universities and minority-serving institutions in the United States and Canada. CIRTL Network universities collectively produce one-third of all science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) Ph.D.s awarded in the United States.
Cornell University has been a member institution of the CIRTL Network since 2012. CIRTL Network institutions contribute to online and in-person Cross-Network programming, so graduate students and postdocs can benefit from expertise at other institutions.
Learn more about Cornell participation in the CIRTL Network through the links below.
- Six universities join CIRTL Network to improve research and teaching skills of future STEM faculty (Press release from the Wisconsin Center for Education Research, August 3, 2020)
- CIRTL prepares future faculty members at Cornell (Cornell Chronicle, April 11, 2016)
- National initiative to increase STEM graduates doubles in members (Press release from the Wisconsin Center for Education Research, March 1, 2016)
- STEM center receives $130,000 grant for expansion (Cornell Chronicle, April 6, 2015)
- CU joins national center to improve college STEM teaching (Cornell Chronicle, October 6, 2011)