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One common problem facing many graduate students at UC is seeking out broad training and support on how to teach. GATE is a student-run organization in partnership with the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning (CET&L) that supports graduate student teaching by facilitating monthly teaching and learning workshops and offering one-on-one consultations with graduate student teachers. Learn excellent teaching methodologies, the ways in which body language and voice influence student learning, and how to facilitate diverse and inclusive teaching experiences.
Are you a master’s or doctoral graduate student? Do you want to showcase your research or scholarship while competing in a fun and prestigious event? Sign up for the 2018 Graduate Student Expo, Thursday February 15th in the TUC Great Hall from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and participate in the Three Minute Thesis, the Poster Forum, and the Creative Arts Gallery.
Myth, literature, foreign language—these are the things that have always interested Kathleen Kidder. They guided her to become a student of classics, the study of Greek and Roman Antiquity (classical philology, ancient history, archaeology, and Greek prehistory). Now a PhD student studying Hellenistic poetry, Kathleen explores literary theory, its interaction with the fundamentals of truth and falsehood, and the magic of a Rohs coffee paired with a good internet meme.