The Center for Teaching and Learning is located in Gallows Hill, which is adjacent to McCook and Hallden Halls. Formerly an independent bookstore, then a storage facility for several years, Gallows was renovated in 2013. The main space is home to most CTL programs, as well as Faculty Research Committee lectures and Trinity Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies workshops, among other Common-Hour events. At all other times, Gallows is an open, café-style study and meeting space for faculty and students. Grab a cup of coffee and pick up a copy of the Chronicle of Higher Education (CTL subscribes). Members of the campus community may book the main Gallows space for Common Hour events using the college’s event management system (EMS).
Gallows also houses the CTL Seminar Room (Gallows 101), where regular meetings of the CTL Fellows program and New Faculty Seminars are held. (Although CTL has scheduling priority for this room, which holds about 12 people, other faculty groups may request reservations for it through EMS.) Gallows 101 is also home to the CTL library, and all Trinity faculty have card access to the room.
CTL’s program coordinator, Rashana Lord, has her office in Gallows 102.