• Academic Peer Mentoring Program (AMP)

    The Academic Peer Mentoring Program supports the integration of select undergraduates (AMPs) into courses and research settings to work with instructors, as part of a team, to promote student learning and engagement.

  • Graduate instructors working on their teaching portfolio's together
    Graduate Student Teaching Portfolio Retreat

    This is a unique opportunity for all graduate students who have taught at least two semesters or anticipate entering the job market within the next two years. Retreats are free of charge for graduate students and are held annually in mid-January and mid-June.

  • Graduate students sitting in a large auditorium.
    Graduate Student Teaching Orientation

    Whether you're a new or returning teaching assistant or graduate student instructor, come receive practical training or effective teaching, support in developing teaching identity and philosophy, and knowledge of campus policies and resources for teaching learning and professional development.

    Jan 24  |  1pm-4pm

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