Supported by the expertise of USG Centers for Teaching and Learning, the Chancellor’s Learning Scholars will facilitate Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs) on their respective campuses. FLCs are designed to give small groups of faculty, typically eight to 10, the opportunity to engage in sustained, meaningful conversations about teaching and learning with supportive colleagues. Members will meet regularly throughout the semester to explore areas of interest. At the end of the program, each Chancellor’s Learning Scholar and FLC participant will be able to point to a change made in their classroom or to a change to an assignment, activity, or course materials as a result of FLC participation. Georgia Tech’s Chancellor’s Learning Scholars recently attended a one-day workshop in Macon to prepare for their FLC leadership roles.