Present your Teaching-as-Research Project at the CIRTL National Forum (Abstract Deadline: July 1)
If you have completed a Teaching-as-Research (TAR) project, we invite you to present a poster on your project at the 6th National CIRTL Forum, which will take place at Drexel University October 13-15, 2019.
What is the CIRTL Forum? This NSF-supported gathering is designed to foster discussion and networking among future faculty, current faculty, and university leaders focused on improving undergraduate STEM education. In addition, keynotes and plenary speakers will offer their insights followed by interactive panel discussions and workshops (see Forum schedule).
Call for Posters - We are accepting poster abstracts in three categories:
- Teaching-as-Research Projects
- Future Faculty Development Programs
- Institution-wide Initiatives for Preparation of STEM Future Faculty
See the Call for Posters page for abstract guidelines and a link to the abstract submission form. The deadline to submit poster abstracts is July 1.
Forum Travel Awards - We also have a limited number of awards available for graduate students and postdoctoral researchers who are presenting TAR project posters to support their travel to the Forum. See the Travel award information page for details. Travel Award applications are due August 9.
Questions about the Forum poster session? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about previous CIRTL Forums, read about the goals of past Forums, and see examples of Teaching-as-Research posters from previous Forums.