Graduate Students: Have you ever considered
a career in higher education, including instructor positions at a community
college? If so, please join us to learn
more about academia in general and how to prepare to apply for college teaching
The Center for Teaching
Excellence, in association with the Office of the Provost and the
School of Graduate Studies and Research, is pleased to offer a seminar series
designed to provide an overview of college teaching for graduate students
across all colleges and disciplines.
Based on initial
interest, the goal is to expand the program beyond monthly meetings for a more
in-depth, student-centered initiative to enhance understanding and competence in
the major areas of faculty responsibility: teaching, advising, scholarship, and service.
Descriptions and a video of each session can be viewed by clicking on the appropriate links below.
Current Issues in Academia and Community College Teaching
Rejection Before the Hiring Interview: The Importance of Developing a Solid Teaching Philosophy
Entering the Classroom: Taking the Podium Instead of a Seat
The Job Search: Search Inside Yourself Before Hitting the Internet
The Interview Process: Selling Yourself May Not be as Easy as it Would Seem
Transitioning to Academia: The Balance Between Theoretical and Applied Applications
Enhancing Marketability Through Research Opportunities at the Graduate Level
If you have any questions
about this program, please contact John Lewis (724-357-5604 or J.A.Lewis@iup.edu) or Stephanie Taylor-Davis (724-357-7800 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
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