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Learn about teaching in higher education with UNIV401 seminar course this fall

Graduate students and post-docs who are interested in learning how to teach in a higher education setting are invited to register for the fall 2022 UNIV401 (Advanced Professional Development for University Teaching) course. This no-credit seminar course aims to introduce participants to the principles of effective teaching, including writing objectives, assessing student learning, active learning techniques and more. Upon completion, participants will be able to plan and teach classes using best practices. There is no charge for this seminar, and a free textbook is provided.

This is a 14-week fall seminar, and will meet weekly on Tuesdays from Aug. 29 until Dec. 9. This is an in-person class, and enrollment is limited to 15 students. Graduate students can register via the Student Information System (SIS). Postdoc scholars/fellows can email for registration instructions (please allow some time for the application process to proceed).

Interested, but want to know more? Email