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Introduction to Statistics - ICME Summer Workshops 2020

* Due to COVID-19, this year workshops will be offered online only

ICME offers a variety of summer workshops to students, ICME partners, and the wider community. This year's series of day-long workshops is happening from August 17-22, 2020, as detailed below. All workshops are from 9:00 am to 4:45 pm (made of several sessions separated by time for breaks).These are full-day workshops - you can register for one workshop per day only.Please check our website for updated course descriptions and instructor bios, and soon registration dates.  

TEACH Stanford Online Pop-up Symposium Monday, August 17 to Friday, August 28

Whether you are (re)designing your online or physically-distant-in-person course for the first or the hundredth time, these pop-up symposium events offer a diverse range of workshops, as well as small group and one-on-one support, to help you head into this unprecedented year with inspiration and confidence. Each two-week symposium will feature a concentrated set of online workshops delivered by experts from across the university.

Course Design Institute for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars

Designing a course can seem like a daunting task. In this six-week series, you will have the chance to build or revise a course syllabus using evidence-based frameworks. Some components will consist of live Zoom sessions and some will be completed on your own time. Subjects include online, blended, and face-to-face learning, inclusive design principles, academic technology tools, and more. You will earn a certificate of completion after finishing all components. 

Spring TA Orientation: Introduction to Online Teaching

Balancing well-being and engagement during the pandemic

This event is highly recommended for all spring-quarter TAs. It will provide a foundation in evidence-based online teaching practices for new and returning TAs, postdocs, and other members of the campus community. Registered participants will have access to recorded sessions after the event.

Details for online log-in will be provided to registrants before April 3.

CANCELED: Leading from the Inside Out: Application Deadline

This event has been canceled in order to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Our community's well-being is our top priority. Stanford will continue providing health guidance that aims to support your personal health and safety at healthalerts.stanford.edu.

Learn to assess your core leadership strengths and areas for development to become an effective manager/leader. In each session of this comprehensive workshop, there will be a substantial experiential component.

Community Conversations on Mental Health and Well-being

Stanford is organizing a two-day conversation (February 3 and 4) on mental health and well-being for our entire campus community — students, postdocs, staff, and faculty. Through a series of workshops, roundtables, and presentations, we want to shine a light on mental health and well-being, dispel any stigmas associated with mental illness, and empower our community members with tools that will help them manage stress, build resilience, support others, and ultimately, thrive.

Community Conversations on Mental Health and Well-being

Stanford is organizing a two-day conversation (February 3 and 4) on mental health and well-being for our entire campus community — students, postdocs, staff, and faculty. Through a series of workshops, roundtables, and presentations, we want to shine a light on mental health and well-being, dispel any stigmas associated with mental illness, and empower our community members with tools that will help them manage stress, build resilience, support others, and ultimately, thrive.

Career Accelerator: Connect, Communicate, and Translate Your Academic Skills into Diverse Careers: Session 2

This interactive, two-session workshop provides tools and processes for PhD students to identify and communicate professional interests and transferable skills for careers beyond the professoriate. You will explore your interests and skills, translate your current experiences to audiences outside of academia, and initiate a plan to develop professional connections. You will work out your ideas in conversation with your graduate peers. The workshop will be especially useful for students who are early in their exploration of careers. 

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