CTL Faculty Fellows

The Faculty Fellows at Pratt’s Center for Teaching and Learning work directly with the Director of the CTL and in collaboration with their School Deans and Chairs to advance pedagogical practices for Pratt faculty, and especially in alignment with the specific needs of each School. The CTL Faculty Fellowship is a year-long commitment, with the ultimate goal of creating school or department based communities of learning, as well as advancing cross-disciplinary institute-wide strategies to improve classroom and studio practices and inclusive pedagogies.

Latest CTL Faculty Fellows Announcements


School of Art CTL Fellow Kara Hearn’s Presentation

On November 10, 2020 we hosted one of 2019/20 CTL Faculty Fellows from the School of Art, Kara Hearn, to share her project, tittled: Expanding the Frame, Inclusive Pedagogy and Community Building. Below you will find the recording, chat notes and Kara’s slideshow. 11/10 Zoom recording of Kara’s presentation Click

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CTL Fellow School of Art Lunchtime Talk

All are invited to the School of Art Lunchtime Talk on November 10 at 12:30pm, featuring last year’s CTL Fellow, Kara Hearn (Acting Chairperson, Visiting Assistant Professor, Film and Video Department) who will discuss her project, titled: EXPANDING THE FRAME: Inclusive Pedagogy and Community Building on the Departmental Level. RSVP Here

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CTL Fellows Showcase – Apr 23

All are invited to the 2019/20 CTL Faculty Fellows Showcase on April 23, Thursday at 11:30 am at the CTL (Pratt Library, 2nd Fl).  Lunch will be served. Read more about the current Fellows and their projects.

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2021 CTL Faculty Fellows

This years CTL Faculty Fellows and their projects are listed below. You will see updates on their work throughout the year.

Past CTL Faculty Fellows

Nida Abdullah – School of Design

Matthew Hoey – School of Design

Kara Hearn – School of Art

Jonathan Scelsa – School of Architecture

Christopher X Jon Jensen – School of Liberal Arts & Sciences

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