CIRTL UTA Event-This Week
This week CIRTL-UTA will host one Learning Community meeting that is concurrent with the CIRTL live Network event. We invite all the graduate students and Postdoctoral Researchers to join our event. Registration required. Light refreshment will be served.
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Program Summary: Writing teaching philosophy statement is one of the common requirements for faculty position applications. A well developed teaching statement conveys a professional image of your teaching. In this two part workshop you will be drafting your own teaching philosophy statement following specific guidelines from faculty mentors who served on hiring committee for several years. You will also receive feedback from your peers. All post-docs and graduate students are invited to join this workshop.
Writing an Effective Teaching Philosophy Statement (PART 1)
Monday 2/10/2020: 11AM-12:30PM CT
Draft a peer-reviewed teaching philosophy statement that reflects your teaching beliefs and experiences in this two-part workshop.
Meeting Place: Neederman Hall 246 (LINK Research alb)
Registration: Please register HERE.
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Teaching & Learning Spotlight
The Postdoc Academy: Succeeding as a Postdoc: Colleagues at BU, MSU, UW-Madison, and Northwestern are launching a MOOC tailored to the postdoc experience. Learn more, register and find local learning communities at the link above.
Assistant Biology Professor, Augustana University (Deadline: 2/15/20)
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This material is based on work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. DUE-1231286