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The Future Faculty Series consists of workshops, discussion groups, speakers, and other events that will be of interest to graduate students who desire to improve their teaching. We are always interested in expanding this series; if you have ideas for topics that the Future Faculty Series might cover in the future, please send your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|CRTLE Graduate Student Conference||Sept. 10, 8:30am-3:00pm, Bluebonnet (UC)
|Workshop on Community College Faculty Careers
||Sept. 24, 1-4pm, Nedderman Hall 106
|Online Resource: National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity||Ongoing|
This year's Graduate Student Conference, presented by the UT Arlington Center for Research on Teaching and Learning Excellence (CRTLE), will cover a variety of topics on effective teaching and the faculty job search. This on-campus event will also provide opportunities for graduate students to interact, ask questions, and build community.
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Participants will learn about faculty careers in community colleges, focusing on STEM disciplines. Faculty from Tarrant County College will discuss their experiences, including the teaching and other work expected, the nature of the student population, and the rewards of the career. Participants will have an opportunity to sign up for a classroom observation visit at Tarrant County College during the fall semester, to learn more directly about the teaching experience. Those who complete a classroom visit will be eligible to apply for an Aspire Teaching Fellowship, to support a practicum experience teaching at Tarrant County College. The visit and teaching practicum experiences will be done online. This workshop is sponsored by the Aspire Alliance, an NSF-funded INCLUDES Program alliance in which UTA is a member. Presenters will be Dr. Jim Grover (UTA) and Dr. Jean Maines (TCC).
Friday, September 24, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., Nedderman Hall 106
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The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD) is an online resource for graduate students pursuing a career in the professoriate. On the NCFDD's website, you'll find resources on navigating the academic job market, writing and publishing resources, and professional development resources. Membership is free through UT Arlington, so sign up for an account and start exploring all that NCFDD has to offer today!
What are the parts of an academic job application? How can you make sure that your application stands out from the rest? What can you do to make sure your application is tailored to the appropriate academic job openings? In this workshop, you will learn the answers to these questions and you will get a head start on assembling a very compelling academic job application packet!
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