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Microteaching Symposium

There’s no substitute for practice when it comes to developing teaching skills. The Microteaching Symposium is your chance to learn evidence-based, inclusive teaching strategies and get practice and feedback running a classroom activity. Gain insights into how people learn and how to design activities accordingly during this special event.

EDGE Workshop Series: Mental Health, Wellness and the Grad School Journey

Prioritizing your mental well-being while on the PhD journey is of the utmost importance but can be challenging. You are invited to join us for this workshop with professionals from across campus to hear them share their insights for how you can prioritize your mental and emotional well-being.

These questions and more will be on the table for discussion. We'll also ask you to share your own experiences and strategies for finding balance.

We have invited guest speakers to share their insights on how you can prioritize and maintain healthy habits as a doctoral student.

EDGE Workshop Series: Mental Health, Wellness and the Grad School Journey

Prioritizing your mental well-being while on the PhD journey is of the utmost importance but can be challenging. You are invited to join us for this workshop with professionals from across campus to hear them share their insights for how you can prioritize your mental and emotional well-being.

These questions and more will be on the table for discussion. We'll also ask you to share your own experiences and strategies for finding balance.

We have invited guest speakers to share their insights on how you can prioritize and maintain healthy habits as a doctoral student.

January Friday Course Clinics

Have a question as you prepare to teach in winter quarter? Want to practice using a tool or Zoom feature, or brainstorm ideas for particular course or assignment? Want to make some adjustments after the first week? Then stop by a Friday Course Clinic (January 8th and 15th).Each Friday Course Clinic will have a number of campus teaching, learning, and technology experts on hand for one-on-one consultations. Stay in the main room to listen in, or participate in a group conversation. You may stop in and leave at any point during the clinics.

Open to Graduate students, Faculty, Staff

EDGE Workshop: Reflections on Transitioning to Graduate School: Is This What I Signed Up For?

We will reflect on the challenges, the surprises and the opportunities students face in their grad school trajectory. We will ask you to share your own challenges and how you met them.  We will ask panelists to share their own challenges and how they have faced them.

 

EDGE events and workshops are by invitation only.

EDGE Workshop: Reflections on Transitioning to Graduate School: Is This What I Signed Up For?

We will reflect on the challenges, the surprises and the opportunities students face in their grad school trajectory. We will ask you to share your own challenges and how you met them.  We will ask panelists to share their own challenges and how they have faced them.

 

EDGE events and workshops are by invitation only.

EDGE Workshop: Faculty Perspectives: Balancing the Multiple Demands & Expectations of Graduate School

Optimizing your graduate school experience is all about striking a good balance between the demands of coursework, TAing/teaching, and research and/or finding an advisor. It can be difficult to figure out where to put your time and effort in the face of multiple demands and expectations. Especially in your first years, you may wonder how to decode what's important from what's urgent and how to know if you are 'on the right' track to making good progress. 

EDGE Workshop: Faculty Perspectives: Balancing the Multiple Demands & Expectations of Graduate School

Optimizing your graduate school experience is all about striking a good balance between the demands of coursework, TAing/teaching, and research and/or finding an advisor. It can be difficult to figure out where to put your time and effort in the face of multiple demands and expectations. Especially in your first years, you may wonder how to decode what's important from what's urgent and how to know if you are 'on the right' track to making good progress. 

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