The Center for Advancing Teaching & Learning through Research offers teaching support for graduate students in their roles as teaching assistants, course instructors, and future faculty. Click here to learn more about the services the Center provides to graduate students.
Upcoming Graduate Student Event Schedule
These sessions are specifically tailored for graduate students. Registration is preferred. Click an event title to read more and to register for that session.
|(GRAD) Graduate Open House & Information Session||9/15/2017||10:00 AM - 11:30 AM||Graduate Students/Post-Docs||Information Session||Come learn about our events and services and meet other graduate students from across the university!|
|(GRAD) Academic Job Market Series: Writing Your Teaching Statement, Part I||9/18/2017||1:30 PM - 3:00 PM||Graduate Students/Post-Docs||Workshop||This two-part series offers participants a hands-on opportunity to prepare a teaching statement for the academic job market.|
|(GRAD) Academic Job Market Series: Writing Your Teaching Statement, Part II||9/25/2017||1:30 PM - 3:00 PM||Graduate Students/Post-Docs||Workshop||This two-part series offers participants a hands-on opportunity to prepare a teaching statement for the academic job market.|
|(GRAD) Academic Job Market Series: Documenting Your Teaching Effectiveness||10/16/2017||1:30 PM - 3:00 PM||Graduate Students/Post-Docs||Workshop||In this workshop, participants will learn about common types of evidence of teaching effectiveness and begin identifying evidence and developing a narrative for their own documentation.|
|(GRAD) Future Faculty: Reflecting on Your Teaching Identity||10/17/2017||3:00 PM - 5:00 PM||Graduate Students/Post-Docs||Inquiry Group||In this inquiry group, graduate students [and post-docs] come together to (1) reflect on their identities as teachers and how this intersects with other aspects of their identities and (2) explore what it means to teach and learn inclusively.|
|(GRAD) Academic Job Market Series: Diversity Statements that Align with Your Teaching||10/23/2017||1:30 PM - 3:00 PM||Graduate Students/Post-Docs||Workshop||Participants will learn how to write effective diversity statements that articulate the ways in which their experiences, skills, and goals can contribute to toward the cultivation of inclusive learning environments.|