The Office of Curriculum, Assessment & Teaching Transformation (CATT) seeks to provide the Division of Academic Affairs with expertise and management over a broad range of instructional opportunities and challenges.
In addition to our own expertise in curriculum and instruction, learning spaces and environments, and assessment and reporting, CATT pursues the broader objective of serving as a comprehensive conduit between faculty and other key offices and administrators on campus in our collective efforts to promote the end-goal of student excellence and success.
Our office serves as a comprehensive conduit between faculty and university instructional support in our collective efforts to promote the end-goal of student excellence and success.
The University at Buffalo is a flagship campus of the State University of New York (SUNY). As a member institution of the AAU (Association of American Universities) our office strives to uphold the collective ideals and meet the objectives of the top research universities in North America.
The 2021-22 CATT Impact Report provides a glimpse into the exciting work that our office has been able to accomplish over this past academic year. From preparation for the upcoming Learning Management System transition to faculty development opportunities, our teams have been working diligently to provide ongoing and relevant support to faculty and staff across the campus.