The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Outreach (CTLO) was established in 2012 to integrate inclusive and evidence-based teaching practices into Caltech's undergraduate and graduate curricula. CTLO staff work with the Institute's more than 300 faculty as well as with graduate and undergraduate teaching assistants and other partners to create innovative courses and unconventional learning experiences.
The center also serves the broader community by facilitating educational outreach. Programs are designed to kindle interest in STEM, with a particular focus on local schools that have high proportions of minoritized students.
Your gift to the CTLO inspires and reinforces this vital work. With your investment, Caltech can more deeply engage the campus, Pasadena, and Los Angeles communities in STEM, from kindergarten through graduate school and beyond.
We invite you to make a gift today.
- Inspire Future Leaders: Center for Teaching, Learning, and Outreach: Read the CTLO case brochure for more information about the center's mission, history, programs, and impact.
- Supporting Inclusion and Diversity: Discover how you can create even more opportunities for Caltech scholars who are applying their diverse talents, backgrounds, and perspectives to create a better world.
- Start a conversation: Get in touch with Cassandra Horii, founding director of the center, or Nicole Weaver-Goller, senior director of development, for more information about supporting the CTLO.