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Future Faculty Series

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 graduate.studies@uta.edu.

Future Faculty Series At-A-Glance

Graduate Student Conference on Effective Teaching Sept. 5, 8:30am-3:30pm, In Person
Navigating the U.S. Classroom Sept. 4, 6-7pm, Online
Sept. 5, 3:30-4:30pm, In Person
Online Resource: National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity Ongoing

Graduate Student Conference on Effective Teaching

This conference is for experienced and new graduate students who have teaching responsibilities or who will teach in the future – either here at UTA or at another institution. Full-day attendance is encouraged, but you may come and go as your schedule allows. A light breakfast and lunch will be served to registered participants.

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Navigating the U.S. Classroom

This workshop, designed for international Graduate Teaching Assistants, focuses on navigating cultural differences in the U.S. classroom and communicating effectively with American undergraduate students.

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Online Resource: National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity

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!



Previous Events in this Series



Introduction to Academic Job Applications

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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