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Peer-Review Workshop for Your Teaching, Mentoring and Diversity Statements
Updated by Janaina on November 30, 11:44 am

December 3, 2015

9:00-11:00 am

Union South (TITU)

Register online:


This workshop will focus on developing and refining your teaching, mentoring and/or diversity statements. It is intended for graduate students and postdoctoral researchers with a working draft of their respective statement(s) who are looking for constructive feedback. In addition to peer-review exercises, the workshop will provide the opportunity for hands-on activities and group discussions. Registration is required.

Spring 2016 course registration is now open!
Updated by Janaina on November 9, 10:00 am


Delta courses have been designed to provide you with a lens for exploring and developing evidence-based pedagogical skills. Aside from the Internship Seminar, Delta courses can be taken in any combination or sequence, as each offers a unique and valuable perspective on teaching and learning. The enrollment period will begin on November 9, 2015 and can be done online through the registration link under each course description. The Delta Program will offer the following courses and seminars this spring:


» Teaching in Science and Engineering: The College Classroom
» Teaching in the College Classroom: Primarily Undergraduate Institutions
» Internship Seminar
» Informal Science Education for Scientists: A Practicum
» Improv to Improve Teaching and Communication
» Expeditions in Learning: Exploring How Students Learn with Writing Across the Curriculum
» Research Mentor Training (graduate students and postdocs)
» Instructional Materials Development: Integrating Statistics into STEM Courses