About this Event
151 S. Campus Ave., Oxford, OH 45056
With Mandy Olejnik and Rena Perez
Are you teaching a graduate course this fall? Are you mentoring graduate student writers on thesis or dissertation projects? We invite you to participate in a special 5-part series dedicated to supporting graduate student writers in your courses, and to helping you reexamine your writing assignments and writing structures in your graduate programs.. Based on our previous series, this 5-week certificate program is designed to support tenure-line and TCPL graduate faculty members who want to include writing for meaningful learning in their graduate courses. “Writing” in this certificate program is broadly understood to include all forms of communication, including not only extended formal prose but all communication including charts, graphs, slides, and presentations. Writing contexts can be primarily course-based and/or longer-form graduate writing like master’s projects or doctoral dissertations.
Completion of this program can be used to document efforts to improve teaching for the purposes of annual evaluation and P&T dossiers. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion, as well as a $200 professional development stipend for attending all five sessions and completing the activities and required reading (to be provided).
We previously offered this certificate series for all faculty working with students across all levels and are now offering a version especially for graduate faculty.
The series is limited to 15 attendees, so RSVP now!
The workshop will be facilitated in-person in King 133 (HCWE classroom) on the following dates/times:
Participants must attend all 5 events and complete required readings and work between sessions to earn the certificate and $200 in professional development funds.
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