CIHS Professional Development Opportunities

  • College in the High School Annual Collaborative Workshop
    UMC places high value on its relationship with you, your colleagues, and your school. We believe in strengthening college-level learning for your students and the key to continued success for our partnership.
  • Minnesota ACE Network
    Supporting Women in Higher Education, join us and panel members for discussions regarding women in the workforce balancing health, wellness and family issues. Hear from women in Higher Education and their experiences, it's sure to be an engaging session.
  • University of Minnesota
    University Minnesota offers one of the largest Summer Sessions in the nation. Each summer, students and visitors from throughout the world benefit from the University's outstanding summer programs. Continuing students make progress toward their degrees, working adults seek career advancement, visiting students expand their experiences, and students of all kinds gain knowledge in an atmosphere that only a world-class university can provide.
  • UMN professional development and lifelong learning
    Access a current-event series dedicated to lively in-depth discussions with University scholars and researchers in Headliners, or the year-round curriculum of high-quality noncredit courses, as well as intellectually stimulating social and cultural opportunities through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI).
  • Workshops & Education Programs
    The Science Museum of Minnesota is the leading provider of staff development programs for K-12 teachers of science in Minnesota. We support over 4,000 educators every year through collaboratively designed workshops, institutes, and extended in-school projects in inquiry methods, technology, and a host of science content areas. We also host the state-wide Minnesota Science Teachers Association discipline conferences.
  • Twin Cities Campus and Duluth Campus
    Whether you are a prospective or current student, a postdoctoral, a faculty member, an alumnus, or someone seeking to learn about our research and graduate education programs, you will find valuable information.
  • School of Mathematics Center for Educational Programs
    MathCEP offers a variety of programs and professional development, most at no cost, in order to support both new and experienced teachers.
  • The Math Forum
    The Math Forum is an internet mathematics library.


Note to Instructors:

People who want to apply credits earned through a degree program, workshop or conference are cautioned to secure permission from the appropriate Academic Department Head at the University of Minnesota Crookston. The presence of credits on a collegiate transcript does not guarantee admission to either a graduate or undergraduate degree program nor does it guarantee acceptance of those credits to be put toward a graduate or undergraduate degree in any of the academic disciplines that grant credits for programs, conferences or workshops.  For more information on pre-approval and/or questions regarding graduate credits please contact us.