C3/Postdoctoral Application Boot Camp: Thursday, November 19

C3/Postdoctoral Application Boot Camp

Thursday, November 19, 2016

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Butler Library, Room 212 (Center for Teaching and Learning)

To register please go to: http://bit.ly/c3bootreg

Event Description:

“The GSAS Office of Academic Diversity will be hosting a full-day C3/Postdoctoral Application Boot Camp to help prepare doctoral students to apply for positions that have an explicit emphasis on teaching and diversity.

Partnering with the Center for  Teaching and Learning, the OAD’s Boot Camp will offer writing workshops to prepare teaching philosophy and diversity statements; interactive panels on social justice in the classroom; and advice on developing engaging syllabi and using technology in the classroom.  We encourage all graduate students currently seeking academic positions at institutions that expressly value teaching and diversity; we especially welcome students who will be applying for the 2016 C3 Postdoctoral Fellowship.”

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