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Creating an Individual Development Plan (IDP)

Madison, WI

Define achievable goals, identify resources, and develop strategies for implementing and sustaining your plans. This workshop is co-sponsored with the Graduate School Office of Professional Development.

Getting The Job: Crafting Your Teaching Philosophy

Union South (TITU) 1308 Dayton St, Madison, WI

The hands-on exercises and constructive feedback you’ll receive in this workshop will prepare you to create a teaching philosophy statement that helps you stand out in a crowded pool of applicants.

Getting The Job: Developing Your Diversity Statement

Biocommons, 1st floor of Steenbock Library 550 Babcock Dr, Madison

Employers are increasingly asking candidates to provide a diversity statement as part of their application. This session covers the essential elements of composing this important document.

Getting The Job: Building Your CV and Cover Letter

Union South (TITU) 1308 Dayton St, Madison, WI

Your curriculum vitae (CV) and cover letter act together as your first impression. Learn how to make sure your CV and cover letter are effectively communicating your unique value to your prospective employers.

Delta Internship Info Session

Online (Zoom, link will be sent to registrants) Madison, WI

Learn what our internship teaching-as-research program entails and how you can use a real-world project to advance your evidence-based teaching skills.

Getting the Job: Panel On Interviewing For Teaching-Related Positions

Online (Zoom, link will be sent to registrants) Madison, WI

Prepare to successfully interview for jobs in academia that involve teaching! Come to this panel discussion to get real-life tips on what search committees are listening for at different types of institutions and academic roles.

CARE for Inclusion and Equity in Learning Environments

Online WI

Educational research shows that creating inclusive and equitable learning environments promotes learning for all students. This workshop introduces a framework — CARE — that organizes evidence-based strategies for promoting inclusion and equity in both in-person and online/remote learning.

Panel: How To Do Active Learning In Large Lectures

Online (Zoom, link will be sent to registrants) Madison, WI

Do you anticipate teaching a large enrollment course (100 people or more) in your current role or future career? Join our panel on active learning to hear tips, tricks, and strategies from experienced instructors.