Call for Proposals

2022 Call for Proposals

Proposal submissions are now closed

The E.C. Moore Symposium on Excellence in Teaching provides an opportunity for instructors of all ranks and appointment types across Indiana to share their innovative practices in teaching and learning and to engage with a nationally renowned speaker.


A key component of the symposium is the communication and sharing of new ideas in teaching and learning. The symposium committee is, therefore, seeking session proposals that address your latest endeavors in teaching. Please note there are three types of sessions: interactive, micro-presentations, and TED-like talks. See the full call for proposals at the bottom of this page which outlines key features of each session type, guidelines for submission, and evaluative criteria. 

Session Formats


Interactive presentations are designed to engage attendees in a discussion about your work. We encourage proposals that address research in teaching and learning, demonstrate an innovative teaching intervention, or discuss lessons learned.


Micro-presentations are designed to share in-progress work that addresses research or experimentation in teaching and learning. These sessions are intended for communicating about and receiving feedback on emerging innovations.

TED-like talk

TED-like talks are designed to be inspirational and narrative-driven, taking the audience on a thought-provoking journey regarding experimentation or innovation in teaching.