A first group of UT teaching staff will finish the new Senior University Teaching Qualification trajectory. Rector Thom Palstra will hand out the SUTQ certificates on March 6. Participants will pitch their personal educational research or design project. Some examples of projects: Wicked problems in spatial engineering (Mark van der Meijde), Serious gaming in civil engineering (Andreas Hartmann), Digital testing in mathematics (Harry Aarts), Flipping the university classroom (Carine Doggen) and Modelling in quantum physics (Jeroen Verschuur). Results of each project will be posted on the innovation map. The second SUTQ trajectory is scheduled to start in May 2018 and is still open for applications.