Curriculum Consultations

Departmental and individual faculty consultations and curricular revisions focused on developing communication-enhanced curricula and teaching practices are the core of the program. Please contact us to learn more or arrange a consultation. 


We consult with departments in all disciplines to strengthen student learning experiences and content knowledge through a communication-enhanced curriculum. We do so by facilitating comprehensive curricular discussions and development at the department level that 

  • Fosters deep learning and engagement with content area
  • Prepares students for professional communication experiences
  • Promotes integrative learning
  • Creates opportunities for intentional curriculum design enhancements
  • Facilitates innovation among faculty

To get the most out of the process, departments will want strong leadership support, faculty engagement in the department consultation process, and ongoing participation in curricular and faculty development. Departments that work with CxC are eligible to apply for student communication consultants to assist with their communication-enhanced curriculum.


We provide faculty members of all ranks and in all disciplines the opportunity to engage in individualized or small group consultations with a teaching of writing and speaking specialist.

If you already incorporate communication into your classes but are encountering challenges, we can help you develop manageable solutions. If you want to learn more about incorporating communication into your teaching, we can help you find relevant resources and opportunities. Whatever your level of experience or need, we are your comprehensive resource for using communication to enhance student learning. 

We welcome any and all inquiries, but popular consultation topics include: 

  • Communication-Enhanced Courses
  • Evaluation and Grading
  • Assignment Development
  • Peer Review
  • e-Portfolio
  • Reflection
  • Group Projects
  • Revision
  • Large Class Size
  • Feedback and Commenting Practices