Do you want to help your students improve their undergraduate experience? Join colleagues to discuss how to effectively mentor undergraduate students in a lab or classroom setting and how such an investment in mentoring undergraduates can improve your graduate experience, as well. We will reflect on research evidence and identify practical strategies for effective mentoring. All graduate students are welcome, whether or not you currently supervise or teach undergraduate students.
Are you prepared to talk about their teaching development as part of your job search? Join colleagues to explore a framework for writing a philosophy of teaching statement, tips for cover letters and on-campus interviews, and strategies for selecting and incorporating representative materials into a teaching portfolio.
Will you be looking for a teaching-related academic position this spring? Would you benefit from tips on how to organize a brief teaching demonstration, prepare a philosophy of teaching statement, and compile a teaching portfolio? Join graduate student and postdoctoral colleagues for this highly interactive workshop and be better prepared for the teaching and learning-related aspects of the academic job market.