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Academic Chats: What You Can Do to Prepare for a Faculty Career

The Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education, the Center for Teaching and Learning, and the Stanford Career Education Office (BEAM), among others, offer a wide range of programs that will help you prepare for an academic career at an institution of your choice. We will review these resources and their relevant programs for the 2019-20 academic year.

Guests Speakers:

“We are the first... to walk this path:' Reflections on an Academic Journey

A first generation student who attended community college, she would go on to earn a PhD in History at Stanford in 1982 and five years later would publish the first monograph in Chicana history Cannery Women, Cannery Lives. This presentation underscores the gift of mentorship from faculty/student relationships, to campus/community partnerships, and to long-term institutional commitments.

3rd Annual Education Day

The Teaching and Mentoring Academy, in collaboration with the Clinical Teaching Skills Seminar, invites all members of the Stanford community to attend this free event. Workshops and plenaries will provide opportunities for skill-building and presentations of scholarship focused on both medical and bioscience education, including workshops on mentoring skills, using group work in class, creating gender-inclusive academic environments, maintaining healthy professional boundaries, and much more .


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