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APD Update: August 16, 2016


Workshops, Seminars & Trainings

Grad8200, Section 2: Topics in Higher Education – Multicultural Inclusive Learning & Teaching
Fall 2016

Multicultural Inclusive Learning and Teaching (MILT) is a one-credit open online participatory seminar (OOPS) designed for current and future higher education teachers – across disciplines, crossing geographic, cultural and personal borders. Offered online, this course will allow higher education professionals to gather virtually to learn, share and develop strategies for cultivating learning spaces and teaching practices that support the broad range of learners enrolled in our colleges, programs and courses.

Together we will re-examine and expand ideas about what we teach, about how we attend to who is in the classroom, about when we address tensions/conflicts, about where to be transparent, and about why all this matters. More information


Free workshops from the U Libraries
August 2016

The University Libraries have a selection of free workshops for you this August on topics such as Introduction to Citation Managers, Mendeley, Finding Grant Funding for Graduate Students, Zotero and EndNote. Register today!


Center for Educational Innovation's 2016 Teaching Enrichment Series
August/September 2016

The 2016 Teaching Enrichment Series will take place from 9 - 11:50 a.m. on August 31 and September 1. Eighteen different workshops are offered on topics ranging from an introduction to active learning to effective use of academic technology and best practices in teaching sensitive course content. Advance registration is preferred. Drop-in Moodle clinics are also offered following the conclusion of each day's sessions from 11:50 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Nicholson Hall, room 135. You do NOT have to be a current TA in order to register for workshops in the series. More information & Registration


Center for Educational Innovation's T.A. Professional Development Program

The Teaching Assistant Professional Development (TAPD) program offers teaching assistants and graduate students a venue to be formally recognized for their investment in their professional development. Participants who successfully complete the required elements of the program will receive a formal letter of recognition from the Center for Educational Innovation. Workshop offerings for the the 2016-2017 academic year are online now! More information & Registration


Scholarships, Fellowships, and Internships

Preparing a Successful NSF GRFP Application -Workshops
Monday, August 22, 9:30 – 11 a.m. | 101 Walter Library

or
Wednesday, September 14 | 3 – 4:30 p.m. | 101 Walter Library

Are you a first or second year graduate student in a research-based master’s or doctoral program in a STEM or STEM education field? Are you seeking fellowship support? If so, the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) may be an option for you. This workshop is intended to help students understand the NSF GRFP application and how to prepare a successful application. More information & registration


Humanities Without Walls Consortium National Pre-Doctoral Summer Workshop
Application Deadline: Friday, September 30, 2016

The Humanities Without Walls Consortium invites applications for fellowships from pre-doctoral students to participate in a three-week intensive, residential summer workshop for individuals who are working towards but have not yet received a Ph.D. in a humanities discipline, and who are interested in learning about careers outside the academy and/or the tenure-track university system. The summer workshop will instruct students in the various ways they can leverage their pre-existing and developing skill sets towards the pursuit of careers in the public humanities and the private sector. The IAS will nominate 1 person for this workshop. More information & application instructions