At UA-PTC, 98% of all full-time faculty members have improved their teaching practices and have become certified through the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE). This rigorous, evidence based, 25-week course engages instructors with independently validated research to improve student achievement and close equity gaps. ACUE is the only nationally-recognized higher education teaching credential endorsed by the American Council on Education.
ACUE Focus is a question and answer series with different ACUE certified faculty members about their experiences with ACUE.
2022 UA - Pulaski Tech graduate Raquelle Roulette describes how her speech communications professor, Kirsten Heintz, expanded her horizons by sharing campus resources, which led her down a path of exciting events, new connections, and life-changing opportunities.
10/26/2022 - New Meta-Analysis Demonstrates “The ACUE Effect:” Quality Teaching Drives Significant and Positive Student Outcomes
8/23/2022 - Faculty Receive National Credential in Teaching Excellence
6/20/2022 - Study shows UA-PTC achieves stronger, more equitable student achievement through ACUE teaching methods
6/16/2022 - Stronger, More Equitable Achievement at UA – Pulaski Tech through Quality Teaching
11/29/2021 - UA-PTC faculty excel with ACUE certification