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Research as Praxis: Working with and Representing Youth and Vulnerable Populations

This workshop series is designed for Stanford graduate students interested in learning more about and developing their skills in community-engaged scholarship and community-based research. Invited speakers include leaders and practitioners across disciplinary fields. Sessions will be held over lunch. Please check the website for location confirmation: haas.stanford.edu.

Please RSVP here.

Course Design Fundamentals for Graduate Students and Postdocs

Designing a course can seem like a daunting task. In this workshop you’ll engage with evidence-based frameworks to develop the building blocks of a course, and leave with learning goals and the principles to craft an effective and welcoming syllabus. Whether you’re just starting to think about your course or refining an existing syllabus, give yourself a running start toward effective course design - register today! Refreshments provided.

For disability accommodations or accommodations for any reason please contact Amanda Modell at amodell@stanford.edu or 650-724-3129.

Student Metacognition for Graduate Students

College students frequently need to improve at assessing their level of learning and learning at the appropriate level of sophistication. These are metacognitive skills you can promote, resulting in more rewarding learning and teaching. This workshop will highlight research on common metacognitive gaps and equip you with evidence-based strategies for promoting skillful metacognition in your students. Open to all graduate students and lunch is provided.

Facilitated by Nicholas Santascoy, Ph.D. (Academic Coach, Learning Strategy Programs)

Teaching with Technology for Graduate Students

In this Teaching with Technology workshop, we will look at key tools for improving learning, and consider the deep frameworks to help you evaluate whether and when to use technology in education. Emphasis will be on approaches that improve access, equity, and overall engagement for students. Open to all graduate students and lunch is provided.

Facilitated by Kenneth Ligda, Ph.D. (Associate Director, Faculty and Lecturer Programs) and                       

Kenji Ikemoto (Academic Technology Specialist)

UC Presidential & Chancellor's Postdoc Programs

Join us to learn more about the University of California's Presidential & Chancellor's Postdoc Programs.

This program was established in 1984 to encourage outstanding women and minority Ph.D. recipients to pursue academic careers at the University of California. The current program offers postdoctoral research fellowships, professional development, and faculty mentoring to outstanding scholars in all fields whose research, teaching, and service will contribute to diversity and equal opportunity in the University of California system. 

EDGE Lunch Workshop Series: Making the Most of Your EDGE Resources: Applying for Research and Travel Funding

Applications for EDGE research funds are due soon. To help you prepare your own application, we've asked EDGE fellows who have received research support to talk about their project and their proposals.

At this workshop, we will share with you: 

•    How to apply for research and travel support

•    What is expected in your proposal

•    Exemplary proposals that have been funded by EDGE

•    How EDGE fellows have used these resources to support their research 

EDGE Lunch Workshop Series: Making the Most of Your EDGE Resources: Applying for Research and Travel Funding

Applications for EDGE research funds are due soon. To help you prepare your own application, we've asked EDGE fellows who have received research support to talk about their project and their proposals.

At this workshop, we will share with you: 

•    How to apply for research and travel support

•    What is expected in your proposal

•    Exemplary proposals that have been funded by EDGE

•    How EDGE fellows have used these resources to support their research 

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