Graduate Student Workshops
The Graduate School offers the Graduate Student Workshop Series, which is designed to supplement a student's academic training by providing brief, specific skill-building sessions that focus on professional and personal development. UC faculty, alumni, staff and community partners act as topical experts presenting on such topics as oral presentation, credit and budgeting, and nonacademic career development. UC academic departments and offices also provide workshops of relevance to graduate students. UC workshops provides a collegial forum in which students can sharpen skills now while they prepare for their futures.
The Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning (CET&L) offers an array of experiential workshops and learning modules tailored to the needs of graduate teaching assistants, faculty, and others interested in improving their teaching.
You can download powerpoint presentations, handouts and other materials from previous workshops by going to the Past Workshops page.
Teach Me to Teach: Pedagogical Preparation Seminar
Tuesday, April 28, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Langsam Library, room 480C
This day-long program presents the foundations of effective pedagogy. Participants will be involved in hands-on activities designed to improve their teaching effectiveness and inform them about evidence-based pedagogical methods. The goal of this workshop is to provide participants with the principles and critical understanding necessary to enhance student learning. A career advice session is also included.
This program is open to graduate teaching assistants and instructors, as well as faculty. Free lunch provided.
- Active Learning I (Brian Kinkle, PhD)
- Active Learning II (Wayne Hall, PhD)
- Effective Course Design
- Team-Based Learning (group activities that work)
- Undergraduate Student Panel: Candid feedback
- Your First Faculty Position: What to expect
For more teaching resources visit:
THATCamp: The Humanities and Technology Camp
Presented by the UC Libraries
Langsam Library, room 480
Registration is now open for THATCamp University of Cincinnati 2015, scheduled for May 4-6 in the Walter C. Langsam Library, room 480.
THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camp) is an unconference - an open meeting where humanists and technologists of all skill levels and interests gather to learn and to build together in sessions proposed on the spot. THATCamp University of Cincinnati is free and open to all, including undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff as well as scholars, archivists, museum professionals, developers and programmers, K-12 teachers and administrators from within and outside UC who have an involvement or interest in digital humanities. THATCamp’s are open and online. Participants make sure to share their notes, documents, pictures and other materials from discussions before and after the event on the web and via social media.
Sessions for THATCamp University of Cincinnati will be determined during the opening session on May 4; however, a preliminary schedule has been devised and posted online at http://ucincinnati2015.thatcamp.org/schedule/.
Those interested in participating in THATCamp University of Cincinnati are asked to register online at http://ucincinnati2015.thatcamp.org/register/. More information about THATCamp University of Cincinnati can also be found via the THATCamp website at http://ucincinnati2015.thatcamp.org/ including travel information, a link to propose topics and more information about the unconference model.
Fall semester workshops, dates and times TBD:
- Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) Information Session
- Graduate Student Career Development Resources
- Thriving in Graduate School – Stress, Anxiety and Mental Health Resources