Upcoming Events

Tue, Sep 2
12:30 pm to 2:30 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Texts

In this four-part workshop, participants will learn to identify and develop good teaching practices, with particular attention to courses incorporating literary and scholarly texts. In the first session, participants will prepare for their first teaching experiences of the semester. In subsequent sessions, participants will acquire skills that allow them to: structure sections and draft lesson plans, facilitate engaging and productive discussions, assess and evaluate student work, and discuss techniques for responding to teaching challenges. 
Facilitators’ email: Terry Dumansky and Tyler Smith
Registration: click here

Tue, Sep 2 to Fri, Sep 5
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Political Science

Are you teaching a political science section for the first time? Have you taught before but are looking for ways to improve? If so, our interactive workshops are for you. Topics will include preparing for your first class, engaging your class through active learning, adapting to various learning styles and environments, and grading effectively. Throughout the series, you’ll have the opportunity to discuss issues you are having in the classroom and to develop materials for your own courses (and teaching portfolio). As an added bonus we’ll offer coffee and refreshments.
Facilitators’ email: Adam Dynes and Rebecca Van den Honert
Registration: click here

Wed, Sep 3
9:00 am to 10:30 am Fundamentals of Teaching Engineering

Are you a first-time TF or an experienced teacher eager to polish those teaching skills? This engaging three-week series will provide you with tips and tools for a successful semester. Topics will include: student-oriented teaching, active learning techniques, managing student interactions,and efficient methods of grading/evaluation. We will also discuss diversity in the classroom with a focus on gender bias. We’ll also be happy to address any concerns or fears you may have about teaching. We invite all engineering graduate students and post-docs to attend these interactive sessions. Please contact Susie Kimport (susie.kimport@yale.edu) or Namratha Vedire (namratha.vedire@yale.edu) if you have any questions.

4:00 pm to 5:30 pm Fundamentals of Teaching in the Sciences (Medical School)

Are you teaching a class, section, or lab in the sciences for the first time? Have you taught before but are looking for ways to become a more engaging and effective teacher? Then join us for this interactive four-week workshop in which we will discuss many of the nuts and bolts that will help you lead a successful (and enjoyable!) class, section or lab this year. Topics will include setting goals for your class, adapting to various learning styles and environments, engaging your class through active learning, soliciting feedback, and grading effectively.
Light refreshments will be served. 
Registration link coming soon.
For additional information, please contact Robert Wickham (robert.wickham@yale.edu) or Megan Ericson (megan.ericson@yale.edu).

Thu, Sep 4
8:00 am to 9:30 am Fundamentals of Teaching in the Sciences (Science Hill)

Are you teaching a class, section, or lab in the sciences for the first time? Have you taught before but are looking for ways to become a more engaging and effective teacher? Then join us for this interactive four-week workshop in which we will discuss many of the nuts and bolts that will help you lead a successful (and enjoyable!) class, section or lab this year. Topics will include setting goals for your class, adapting to various learning styles and environments, engaging your class through active learning, soliciting feedback, and grading effectively.
Light refreshments will be served.
Please register here.
For more information, please contact Megan Ericson (megan.ericson@yale.edu) or Jemilat Salami (jemilat.salami@yale.edu)

9:30 am to 10:45 am Fundamentals of Teaching Physics

Are you prepared for your first teaching assignment at Yale? This workshop series will offer you a balanced blend of practical tips and scientific pedagogy that will sharpen your teaching skills. We will discuss, among other topics: how to engage students effectively; efficient and fair grading practices; and tricky teaching scenarios. By the end of the series, you will have planned and implemented a teaching unit directly applicable to your responsibilities as a TF. As an added bonus we’ll offer coffee and refreshments.
Registration: click here
For additional information, contact marco.bonett-matiz@yale.edu or elizabeth.boulton@yale.edu

10:30 am to 1:00 pm Yale School of Public Health "Teaching 101"

The Center for Teaching and Learning and the Yale School of Public Health present “Teaching 101.”
Are you teaching this fall for the very first time? Have you taught before, but will it be your first semester of teaching at Yale? We invite you to “Teaching 101,” an orientation for all YSPH teaching fellows.
Attendees will learn about
Starting your semester on the right foot
Lesson planning
Active learning and learning styles
Getting feedback from your students
Grading fairly and consistently
Teaching tips from a panel of experienced YSPH TF’s
Please register by emailing melanie.elliot@yale.edu. First priority will be given to YSPH students, but interested non-YSPH students may also inquire about participating by emailing melanie.elliot@yale.edu.
YSPH students who are not able to attend “Teaching 101” are invited to attend Teaching @ Yale Day, August 25, 2014.  Please see the Calendar for more information or click here.
Questions? Contact Risa Sodi or Becky van den Honert.
All teaching fellows are also invited to attend a “Fundamentals of Teaching” workshop series this fall. More information and registration coming soon! This year’s offerings are:
Fundamentals of Teaching Engineering
Fundamentals of Teaching Foreign Languages
Fundamentals of Teaching History
Fundamentals of Teaching with Images and Objects
Fundamentals of Teaching Mathematics
Fundamentals of Teaching Music
Fundamentals of Teaching Physics
Fundamentals of Teaching Political Science
Fundamentals of Teaching in the Sciences (Medical School)
Fundamentals of Teaching in the Sciences (Science Hill)
Fundamentals of Teaching in the Social Sciences
Fundamentals of Teaching Texts

12:30 pm to 2:30 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Texts

In this four-part workshop, participants will learn to identify and develop good teaching practices, with particular attention to courses incorporating literary and scholarly texts. In the first session, participants will prepare for their first teaching experiences of the semester. In subsequent sessions, participants will acquire skills that allow them to: structure sections and draft lesson plans, facilitate engaging and productive discussions, assess and evaluate student work, and discuss techniques for responding to teaching challenges. 
Facilitators’ email: Terry Dumansky and Tyler Smith
Registration: click here

2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Language

This five-week workshop series is designed to help new and returning language instructors build confidence in the classroom and develop a range of strategies for leading an engaging and effective language course grounded in second language teaching methodology. Participants will acquire skills that allow them to: set language learning goals and assess proficiency, create effective lesson plans, promote active learning through the use of communicative and task-based teaching methods, recognize and support individual learner differences, provide meaningful feedback and error correction in a communicative manner, and address other challenges specific to second language teaching. The workshop also acts as a forum for teachers of all languages to share experiences and ideas with their colleagues. This series will be held on Thursday afternoons from 2:00-4:00, from September 4th to October 9th (with an exception on Tuesday September 23rd), and will build on the topics covered in the Center for Teaching and Learning’s Language Study Pedagogy Workshop. Fundamentals of Teaching is also a core requirement of the Second Language Acquisition Certificate program offered by the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Facilitators’ email: Eleonora Buonocore (CTL Fellow) and Suzanne Young (Associate Director of Language Education & Research, Center for Language Study, part of the Center for Teaching and Learning Group)
Registration: click here

5:30 pm Academic Job Search Series

Join us for our annual series of workshops and panel discussions designed to help postdoctoral fellows and Ph.D. candidates interested in an academic career.  This series is run in collaboration with the Office of Career Strategy, Postdoctoral Career Services, and Yale University Postdoctoral Affairs. 
All events run from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Space is limited, so please register here.
Workshop descriptions are available here.
Workshop Titles
Welcome Talk: Understanding the Academic Job Search | Thursday, September 4 | Jennifer Furlong
The Teaching Portfolio I: How to Write a Teaching Statement | Tuesday, September 9 | Risa Sodi
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Cover Letter in the Humanities | Tuesday, September 16 | Kathryn Lofton
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Research Statement in the Sciences | Monday, September 22 | Tony Koleske
The Teaching Portfolio II: Evidence of Teaching Ability, Evaluations, and Sample Syllabi | Tuesday, September 22 | Risa Sodi
The Basics of Preparing an Academic CV | Wednesday, September 24 | Lorna MacEachern
The Job Talk and the Interview Class | Tuesday, September 30 | Jennifer Frederick
Academic Interviewing in the Humanities | Tuesday, October 7 | Carlos Eire (History), R. Tripp Evans (History of Art), and TBA
Academic Interviewing: The Job Talk in the Sciences | Tuesday, October 14 | Kathryn Miller-Jensen (Biomedical Engineering), Anjelica Gonzalez (Biomedical Engineering), Joan Steitz (Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry), and Melissa J. Marcucci (Biology)
Women in Academia | Tuesday, October 21 | Valerie Horsley (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), Shirin Bahmanyar (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA
Working with Your Mentor to Achieve Your Career Goals | Wednesday, October 22 | Gregory Huber (Political Science), Dan Prober (Applied Physics), and TBA
New Faculty Panel | Tuesday, October 28 | Benjamin Glaser (English), Jesse Rinehart (Cellular and Molecular Physiology), Joshua Gendron (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA

5:30 pm to 7:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Social Sciences

This four-part workshop series is designed to help new and returning teaching fellows build confidence in the classroom, develop a wide range of concrete tools for leading an engaging and effective discussion section, and address challenges specific to teaching in the social sciences. The first session will include tips for the first day of class, how to set goals and expectations, and how to assess your students’ learning. Later meetings will introduce you to theories of how people learn, how to plan a section, trouble-shooting common problems, and how to grade effectively and efficiently. Finally, each week you will also have the opportunity to explore specific issues that have unfolded in your current or past sections. Participating in at least three of the four sessions is required for the Certificate of College Teaching Preparation (CCTP). 
Facilitators’ email: Rebecca Van den Honert and Sara Sanchez Alonso
Registration: click here

Fri, Sep 5
10:00 am to 11:00 am Fundamentals of Teaching Mathematics

Are you a first-time TF or an experienced teacher who wishes to polish your skills? This four-week workshop series will prepare you to successfully lead a section or class for any mathematics-based course you will encounter. It is especially geared towards TAs and instructors in pure math, physics, engineering, statistics, and computer science. We will cover a host of topics such as mastering good blackboard skills, alternatives to lecturing, interacting with students, and grading efficiently. Both graduate students and postdocs are invited to attend these interactive sessions full of strategies, tips and tools. If you have any questions, please email Susie Kimport (susie.kimport@yale.edu) and Marco Bonett-Matiz (marco.bonett-matiz@yale.edu).
Facilitators’ email: Susie Kimport and Marco Bonett-Matiz
Registration: click here

Tue, Sep 9
12:30 pm to 2:30 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Texts

In this four-part workshop, participants will learn to identify and develop good teaching practices, with particular attention to courses incorporating literary and scholarly texts. In the first session, participants will prepare for their first teaching experiences of the semester. In subsequent sessions, participants will acquire skills that allow them to: structure sections and draft lesson plans, facilitate engaging and productive discussions, assess and evaluate student work, and discuss techniques for responding to teaching challenges. 
Facilitators’ email: Terry Dumansky and Tyler Smith
Registration: click here

4:00 pm to 5:30 pm Fundamentals of Teaching History

Are you preparing to teach a history section for the first time, or looking to hone your classroom skills? Then come join us for this interactive series. These sessions will help you become more confident in the classroom; learn the basics of section planning and grading; explore strategies to stimulate engaging and meaningful discussion; develop creative learning activities; and help your students become stronger writers. We will provide time during each session for individual issues that may arise during the first half of the semester, so feel free to bring in your questions. 
Facilitators’ email: Sigma Colon and Anne Schindel
Registration​: click here

5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Political Science

Are you teaching a political science section for the first time? Have you taught before but are looking for ways to improve? If so, our interactive workshops are for you. Topics will include preparing for your first class, engaging your class through active learning, adapting to various learning styles and environments, and grading effectively. Throughout the series, you’ll have the opportunity to discuss issues you are having in the classroom and to develop materials for your own courses (and teaching portfolio). As an added bonus we’ll offer coffee and refreshments.
Facilitators’ email: Adam Dynes and Rebecca Van den Honert
Registration: click here

5:30 pm Academic Job Search Series

Join us for our annual series of workshops and panel discussions designed to help postdoctoral fellows and Ph.D. candidates interested in an academic career.  This series is run in collaboration with the Office of Career Strategy, Postdoctoral Career Services, and Yale University Postdoctoral Affairs. 
All events run from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Space is limited, so please register here.
Workshop descriptions are available here.
Workshop Titles
Welcome Talk: Understanding the Academic Job Search | Thursday, September 4 | Jennifer Furlong
The Teaching Portfolio I: How to Write a Teaching Statement | Tuesday, September 9 | Risa Sodi
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Cover Letter in the Humanities | Tuesday, September 16 | Kathryn Lofton
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Research Statement in the Sciences | Monday, September 22 | Tony Koleske
The Teaching Portfolio II: Evidence of Teaching Ability, Evaluations, and Sample Syllabi | Tuesday, September 22 | Risa Sodi
The Basics of Preparing an Academic CV | Wednesday, September 24 | Lorna MacEachern
The Job Talk and the Interview Class | Tuesday, September 30 | Jennifer Frederick
Academic Interviewing in the Humanities | Tuesday, October 7 | Carlos Eire (History), R. Tripp Evans (History of Art), and TBA
Academic Interviewing: The Job Talk in the Sciences | Tuesday, October 14 | Kathryn Miller-Jensen (Biomedical Engineering), Anjelica Gonzalez (Biomedical Engineering), Joan Steitz (Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry), and Melissa J. Marcucci (Biology)
Women in Academia | Tuesday, October 21 | Valerie Horsley (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), Shirin Bahmanyar (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA
Working with Your Mentor to Achieve Your Career Goals | Wednesday, October 22 | Gregory Huber (Political Science), Dan Prober (Applied Physics), and TBA
New Faculty Panel | Tuesday, October 28 | Benjamin Glaser (English), Jesse Rinehart (Cellular and Molecular Physiology), Joshua Gendron (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA

Wed, Sep 10
9:00 am to 10:30 am Fundamentals of Teaching Engineering

Are you a first-time TF or an experienced teacher eager to polish those teaching skills? This engaging three-week series will provide you with tips and tools for a successful semester. Topics will include: student-oriented teaching, active learning techniques, managing student interactions,and efficient methods of grading/evaluation. We will also discuss diversity in the classroom with a focus on gender bias. We’ll also be happy to address any concerns or fears you may have about teaching. We invite all engineering graduate students and post-docs to attend these interactive sessions. Please contact Susie Kimport (susie.kimport@yale.edu) or Namratha Vedire (namratha.vedire@yale.edu) if you have any questions.

4:00 pm to 5:30 pm Fundamentals of Teaching in the Sciences (Medical School)

Are you teaching a class, section, or lab in the sciences for the first time? Have you taught before but are looking for ways to become a more engaging and effective teacher? Then join us for this interactive four-week workshop in which we will discuss many of the nuts and bolts that will help you lead a successful (and enjoyable!) class, section or lab this year. Topics will include setting goals for your class, adapting to various learning styles and environments, engaging your class through active learning, soliciting feedback, and grading effectively.
Light refreshments will be served. 
Registration link coming soon.
For additional information, please contact Robert Wickham (robert.wickham@yale.edu) or Megan Ericson (megan.ericson@yale.edu).

Thu, Sep 11
5:30 pm to 7:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Social Sciences

This four-part workshop series is designed to help new and returning teaching fellows build confidence in the classroom, develop a wide range of concrete tools for leading an engaging and effective discussion section, and address challenges specific to teaching in the social sciences. The first session will include tips for the first day of class, how to set goals and expectations, and how to assess your students’ learning. Later meetings will introduce you to theories of how people learn, how to plan a section, trouble-shooting common problems, and how to grade effectively and efficiently. Finally, each week you will also have the opportunity to explore specific issues that have unfolded in your current or past sections. Participating in at least three of the four sessions is required for the Certificate of College Teaching Preparation (CCTP). 
Facilitators’ email: Rebecca Van den Honert and Sara Sanchez Alonso
Registration: click here

8:00 am to 9:30 am Fundamentals of Teaching in the Sciences (Science Hill)

Are you teaching a class, section, or lab in the sciences for the first time? Have you taught before but are looking for ways to become a more engaging and effective teacher? Then join us for this interactive four-week workshop in which we will discuss many of the nuts and bolts that will help you lead a successful (and enjoyable!) class, section or lab this year. Topics will include setting goals for your class, adapting to various learning styles and environments, engaging your class through active learning, soliciting feedback, and grading effectively.
Light refreshments will be served.
Please register here.
For more information, please contact Megan Ericson (megan.ericson@yale.edu) or Jemilat Salami (jemilat.salami@yale.edu)

9:30 am to 10:45 am Fundamentals of Teaching Physics

Are you prepared for your first teaching assignment at Yale? This workshop series will offer you a balanced blend of practical tips and scientific pedagogy that will sharpen your teaching skills. We will discuss, among other topics: how to engage students effectively; efficient and fair grading practices; and tricky teaching scenarios. By the end of the series, you will have planned and implemented a teaching unit directly applicable to your responsibilities as a TF. As an added bonus we’ll offer coffee and refreshments.
Registration: click here
For additional information, contact marco.bonett-matiz@yale.edu or elizabeth.boulton@yale.edu

12:30 pm to 2:30 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Texts

In this four-part workshop, participants will learn to identify and develop good teaching practices, with particular attention to courses incorporating literary and scholarly texts. In the first session, participants will prepare for their first teaching experiences of the semester. In subsequent sessions, participants will acquire skills that allow them to: structure sections and draft lesson plans, facilitate engaging and productive discussions, assess and evaluate student work, and discuss techniques for responding to teaching challenges. 
Facilitators’ email: Terry Dumansky and Tyler Smith
Registration: click here

2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Language

This five-week workshop series is designed to help new and returning language instructors build confidence in the classroom and develop a range of strategies for leading an engaging and effective language course grounded in second language teaching methodology. Participants will acquire skills that allow them to: set language learning goals and assess proficiency, create effective lesson plans, promote active learning through the use of communicative and task-based teaching methods, recognize and support individual learner differences, provide meaningful feedback and error correction in a communicative manner, and address other challenges specific to second language teaching. The workshop also acts as a forum for teachers of all languages to share experiences and ideas with their colleagues. This series will be held on Thursday afternoons from 2:00-4:00, from September 4th to October 9th (with an exception on Tuesday September 23rd), and will build on the topics covered in the Center for Teaching and Learning’s Language Study Pedagogy Workshop. Fundamentals of Teaching is also a core requirement of the Second Language Acquisition Certificate program offered by the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Facilitators’ email: Eleonora Buonocore (CTL Fellow) and Suzanne Young (Associate Director of Language Education & Research, Center for Language Study, part of the Center for Teaching and Learning Group)
Registration: click here

Fri, Sep 12
10:00 am to 11:00 am Fundamentals of Teaching Mathematics

Are you a first-time TF or an experienced teacher who wishes to polish your skills? This four-week workshop series will prepare you to successfully lead a section or class for any mathematics-based course you will encounter. It is especially geared towards TAs and instructors in pure math, physics, engineering, statistics, and computer science. We will cover a host of topics such as mastering good blackboard skills, alternatives to lecturing, interacting with students, and grading efficiently. Both graduate students and postdocs are invited to attend these interactive sessions full of strategies, tips and tools. If you have any questions, please email Susie Kimport (susie.kimport@yale.edu) and Marco Bonett-Matiz (marco.bonett-matiz@yale.edu).
Facilitators’ email: Susie Kimport and Marco Bonett-Matiz
Registration: click here

Mon, Sep 15
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Images and Objects

Are you interested in becoming a more engaging discussion leader or looking to get more practice with the fundamentals of teaching? This four-session workshop is intended to promote collaboration and idea sharing between instructors from various disciplines. Special attention will be given to facilitating activities, lesson plans, and discussions that involve objects, images, and other visual media as a focal point. Participants will get exposure to pedagogical practices as well as techniques for efficiently planning discussion sections. We will also discuss how to fairly grade student work and take a self-reflective approach to teaching. An optional session on teaching in the Yale Art Gallery will be offered. If you have any questions, please contact Ian Althouse (ian.althouse@yale.edu) or Simona Lorenzini (simona.lorenzini@yale.edu).
Registration: click here

Tue, Sep 16
4:00 pm to 5:30 pm Fundamentals of Teaching History

Are you preparing to teach a history section for the first time, or looking to hone your classroom skills? Then come join us for this interactive series. These sessions will help you become more confident in the classroom; learn the basics of section planning and grading; explore strategies to stimulate engaging and meaningful discussion; develop creative learning activities; and help your students become stronger writers. We will provide time during each session for individual issues that may arise during the first half of the semester, so feel free to bring in your questions. 
Facilitators’ email: Sigma Colon and Anne Schindel
Registration​: click here

5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Political Science

Are you teaching a political science section for the first time? Have you taught before but are looking for ways to improve? If so, our interactive workshops are for you. Topics will include preparing for your first class, engaging your class through active learning, adapting to various learning styles and environments, and grading effectively. Throughout the series, you’ll have the opportunity to discuss issues you are having in the classroom and to develop materials for your own courses (and teaching portfolio). As an added bonus we’ll offer coffee and refreshments.
Facilitators’ email: Adam Dynes and Rebecca Van den Honert
Registration: click here

5:30 pm Academic Job Search Series

Join us for our annual series of workshops and panel discussions designed to help postdoctoral fellows and Ph.D. candidates interested in an academic career.  This series is run in collaboration with the Office of Career Strategy, Postdoctoral Career Services, and Yale University Postdoctoral Affairs. 
All events run from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Space is limited, so please register here.
Workshop descriptions are available here.
Workshop Titles
Welcome Talk: Understanding the Academic Job Search | Thursday, September 4 | Jennifer Furlong
The Teaching Portfolio I: How to Write a Teaching Statement | Tuesday, September 9 | Risa Sodi
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Cover Letter in the Humanities | Tuesday, September 16 | Kathryn Lofton
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Research Statement in the Sciences | Monday, September 22 | Tony Koleske
The Teaching Portfolio II: Evidence of Teaching Ability, Evaluations, and Sample Syllabi | Tuesday, September 22 | Risa Sodi
The Basics of Preparing an Academic CV | Wednesday, September 24 | Lorna MacEachern
The Job Talk and the Interview Class | Tuesday, September 30 | Jennifer Frederick
Academic Interviewing in the Humanities | Tuesday, October 7 | Carlos Eire (History), R. Tripp Evans (History of Art), and TBA
Academic Interviewing: The Job Talk in the Sciences | Tuesday, October 14 | Kathryn Miller-Jensen (Biomedical Engineering), Anjelica Gonzalez (Biomedical Engineering), Joan Steitz (Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry), and Melissa J. Marcucci (Biology)
Women in Academia | Tuesday, October 21 | Valerie Horsley (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), Shirin Bahmanyar (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA
Working with Your Mentor to Achieve Your Career Goals | Wednesday, October 22 | Gregory Huber (Political Science), Dan Prober (Applied Physics), and TBA
New Faculty Panel | Tuesday, October 28 | Benjamin Glaser (English), Jesse Rinehart (Cellular and Molecular Physiology), Joshua Gendron (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA

Wed, Sep 17
4:00 pm to 5:30 pm Fundamentals of Teaching in the Sciences (Medical School)

Are you teaching a class, section, or lab in the sciences for the first time? Have you taught before but are looking for ways to become a more engaging and effective teacher? Then join us for this interactive four-week workshop in which we will discuss many of the nuts and bolts that will help you lead a successful (and enjoyable!) class, section or lab this year. Topics will include setting goals for your class, adapting to various learning styles and environments, engaging your class through active learning, soliciting feedback, and grading effectively.
Light refreshments will be served. 
Registration link coming soon.
For additional information, please contact Robert Wickham (robert.wickham@yale.edu) or Megan Ericson (megan.ericson@yale.edu).

9:00 am to 10:30 am Fundamentals of Teaching Engineering

Are you a first-time TF or an experienced teacher eager to polish those teaching skills? This engaging three-week series will provide you with tips and tools for a successful semester. Topics will include: student-oriented teaching, active learning techniques, managing student interactions,and efficient methods of grading/evaluation. We will also discuss diversity in the classroom with a focus on gender bias. We’ll also be happy to address any concerns or fears you may have about teaching. We invite all engineering graduate students and post-docs to attend these interactive sessions. Please contact Susie Kimport (susie.kimport@yale.edu) or Namratha Vedire (namratha.vedire@yale.edu) if you have any questions.

Thu, Sep 18
8:00 am to 9:30 am Fundamentals of Teaching in the Sciences (Science Hill)

Are you teaching a class, section, or lab in the sciences for the first time? Have you taught before but are looking for ways to become a more engaging and effective teacher? Then join us for this interactive four-week workshop in which we will discuss many of the nuts and bolts that will help you lead a successful (and enjoyable!) class, section or lab this year. Topics will include setting goals for your class, adapting to various learning styles and environments, engaging your class through active learning, soliciting feedback, and grading effectively.
Light refreshments will be served.
Please register here.
For more information, please contact Megan Ericson (megan.ericson@yale.edu) or Jemilat Salami (jemilat.salami@yale.edu)

5:30 pm to 7:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Social Sciences

This four-part workshop series is designed to help new and returning teaching fellows build confidence in the classroom, develop a wide range of concrete tools for leading an engaging and effective discussion section, and address challenges specific to teaching in the social sciences. The first session will include tips for the first day of class, how to set goals and expectations, and how to assess your students’ learning. Later meetings will introduce you to theories of how people learn, how to plan a section, trouble-shooting common problems, and how to grade effectively and efficiently. Finally, each week you will also have the opportunity to explore specific issues that have unfolded in your current or past sections. Participating in at least three of the four sessions is required for the Certificate of College Teaching Preparation (CCTP). 
Facilitators’ email: Rebecca Van den Honert and Sara Sanchez Alonso
Registration: click here

Mon, Sep 22
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Images and Objects

Are you interested in becoming a more engaging discussion leader or looking to get more practice with the fundamentals of teaching? This four-session workshop is intended to promote collaboration and idea sharing between instructors from various disciplines. Special attention will be given to facilitating activities, lesson plans, and discussions that involve objects, images, and other visual media as a focal point. Participants will get exposure to pedagogical practices as well as techniques for efficiently planning discussion sections. We will also discuss how to fairly grade student work and take a self-reflective approach to teaching. An optional session on teaching in the Yale Art Gallery will be offered. If you have any questions, please contact Ian Althouse (ian.althouse@yale.edu) or Simona Lorenzini (simona.lorenzini@yale.edu).
Registration: click here

5:00 pm to 6:30 pm Welcome to the CTL for Graduate Teaching Fellows

For anyone interested in learning more about the programs and services offered to graduate teaching fellows by the Center for Teaching and Learning, please come to our Welcome Event.  You will hear about the Certificate of College Teaching Preparation (CCTP), our Advanced Teaching Workshops and other programs for graduate students.

5:30 pm Academic Job Search Series

Join us for our annual series of workshops and panel discussions designed to help postdoctoral fellows and Ph.D. candidates interested in an academic career.  This series is run in collaboration with the Office of Career Strategy, Postdoctoral Career Services, and Yale University Postdoctoral Affairs. 
All events run from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Space is limited, so please register here.
Workshop descriptions are available here.
Workshop Titles
Welcome Talk: Understanding the Academic Job Search | Thursday, September 4 | Jennifer Furlong
The Teaching Portfolio I: How to Write a Teaching Statement | Tuesday, September 9 | Risa Sodi
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Cover Letter in the Humanities | Tuesday, September 16 | Kathryn Lofton
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Research Statement in the Sciences | Monday, September 22 | Tony Koleske
The Teaching Portfolio II: Evidence of Teaching Ability, Evaluations, and Sample Syllabi | Tuesday, September 22 | Risa Sodi
The Basics of Preparing an Academic CV | Wednesday, September 24 | Lorna MacEachern
The Job Talk and the Interview Class | Tuesday, September 30 | Jennifer Frederick
Academic Interviewing in the Humanities | Tuesday, October 7 | Carlos Eire (History), R. Tripp Evans (History of Art), and TBA
Academic Interviewing: The Job Talk in the Sciences | Tuesday, October 14 | Kathryn Miller-Jensen (Biomedical Engineering), Anjelica Gonzalez (Biomedical Engineering), Joan Steitz (Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry), and Melissa J. Marcucci (Biology)
Women in Academia | Tuesday, October 21 | Valerie Horsley (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), Shirin Bahmanyar (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA
Working with Your Mentor to Achieve Your Career Goals | Wednesday, October 22 | Gregory Huber (Political Science), Dan Prober (Applied Physics), and TBA
New Faculty Panel | Tuesday, October 28 | Benjamin Glaser (English), Jesse Rinehart (Cellular and Molecular Physiology), Joshua Gendron (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA

Tue, Sep 23
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Language

This five-week workshop series is designed to help new and returning language instructors build confidence in the classroom and develop a range of strategies for leading an engaging and effective language course grounded in second language teaching methodology. Participants will acquire skills that allow them to: set language learning goals and assess proficiency, create effective lesson plans, promote active learning through the use of communicative and task-based teaching methods, recognize and support individual learner differences, provide meaningful feedback and error correction in a communicative manner, and address other challenges specific to second language teaching. The workshop also acts as a forum for teachers of all languages to share experiences and ideas with their colleagues. This series will be held on Thursday afternoons from 2:00-4:00, from September 4th to October 9th (with an exception on Tuesday September 23rd), and will build on the topics covered in the Center for Teaching and Learning’s Language Study Pedagogy Workshop. Fundamentals of Teaching is also a core requirement of the Second Language Acquisition Certificate program offered by the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Facilitators’ email: Eleonora Buonocore (CTL Fellow) and Suzanne Young (Associate Director of Language Education & Research, Center for Language Study, part of the Center for Teaching and Learning Group)
Registration: click here

4:00 pm to 5:30 pm Fundamentals of Teaching History

Are you preparing to teach a history section for the first time, or looking to hone your classroom skills? Then come join us for this interactive series. These sessions will help you become more confident in the classroom; learn the basics of section planning and grading; explore strategies to stimulate engaging and meaningful discussion; develop creative learning activities; and help your students become stronger writers. We will provide time during each session for individual issues that may arise during the first half of the semester, so feel free to bring in your questions. 
Facilitators’ email: Sigma Colon and Anne Schindel
Registration​: click here

5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Political Science

Are you teaching a political science section for the first time? Have you taught before but are looking for ways to improve? If so, our interactive workshops are for you. Topics will include preparing for your first class, engaging your class through active learning, adapting to various learning styles and environments, and grading effectively. Throughout the series, you’ll have the opportunity to discuss issues you are having in the classroom and to develop materials for your own courses (and teaching portfolio). As an added bonus we’ll offer coffee and refreshments.
Facilitators’ email: Adam Dynes and Rebecca Van den Honert
Registration: click here

5:30 pm Academic Job Search Series

Join us for our annual series of workshops and panel discussions designed to help postdoctoral fellows and Ph.D. candidates interested in an academic career.  This series is run in collaboration with the Office of Career Strategy, Postdoctoral Career Services, and Yale University Postdoctoral Affairs. 
All events run from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Space is limited, so please register here.
Workshop descriptions are available here.
Workshop Titles
Welcome Talk: Understanding the Academic Job Search | Thursday, September 4 | Jennifer Furlong
The Teaching Portfolio I: How to Write a Teaching Statement | Tuesday, September 9 | Risa Sodi
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Cover Letter in the Humanities | Tuesday, September 16 | Kathryn Lofton
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Research Statement in the Sciences | Monday, September 22 | Tony Koleske
The Teaching Portfolio II: Evidence of Teaching Ability, Evaluations, and Sample Syllabi | Tuesday, September 22 | Risa Sodi
The Basics of Preparing an Academic CV | Wednesday, September 24 | Lorna MacEachern
The Job Talk and the Interview Class | Tuesday, September 30 | Jennifer Frederick
Academic Interviewing in the Humanities | Tuesday, October 7 | Carlos Eire (History), R. Tripp Evans (History of Art), and TBA
Academic Interviewing: The Job Talk in the Sciences | Tuesday, October 14 | Kathryn Miller-Jensen (Biomedical Engineering), Anjelica Gonzalez (Biomedical Engineering), Joan Steitz (Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry), and Melissa J. Marcucci (Biology)
Women in Academia | Tuesday, October 21 | Valerie Horsley (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), Shirin Bahmanyar (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA
Working with Your Mentor to Achieve Your Career Goals | Wednesday, October 22 | Gregory Huber (Political Science), Dan Prober (Applied Physics), and TBA
New Faculty Panel | Tuesday, October 28 | Benjamin Glaser (English), Jesse Rinehart (Cellular and Molecular Physiology), Joshua Gendron (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA

Wed, Sep 24
5:30 pm Academic Job Search Series

Join us for our annual series of workshops and panel discussions designed to help postdoctoral fellows and Ph.D. candidates interested in an academic career.  This series is run in collaboration with the Office of Career Strategy, Postdoctoral Career Services, and Yale University Postdoctoral Affairs. 
All events run from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Space is limited, so please register here.
Workshop descriptions are available here.
Workshop Titles
Welcome Talk: Understanding the Academic Job Search | Thursday, September 4 | Jennifer Furlong
The Teaching Portfolio I: How to Write a Teaching Statement | Tuesday, September 9 | Risa Sodi
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Cover Letter in the Humanities | Tuesday, September 16 | Kathryn Lofton
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Research Statement in the Sciences | Monday, September 22 | Tony Koleske
The Teaching Portfolio II: Evidence of Teaching Ability, Evaluations, and Sample Syllabi | Tuesday, September 22 | Risa Sodi
The Basics of Preparing an Academic CV | Wednesday, September 24 | Lorna MacEachern
The Job Talk and the Interview Class | Tuesday, September 30 | Jennifer Frederick
Academic Interviewing in the Humanities | Tuesday, October 7 | Carlos Eire (History), R. Tripp Evans (History of Art), and TBA
Academic Interviewing: The Job Talk in the Sciences | Tuesday, October 14 | Kathryn Miller-Jensen (Biomedical Engineering), Anjelica Gonzalez (Biomedical Engineering), Joan Steitz (Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry), and Melissa J. Marcucci (Biology)
Women in Academia | Tuesday, October 21 | Valerie Horsley (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), Shirin Bahmanyar (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA
Working with Your Mentor to Achieve Your Career Goals | Wednesday, October 22 | Gregory Huber (Political Science), Dan Prober (Applied Physics), and TBA
New Faculty Panel | Tuesday, October 28 | Benjamin Glaser (English), Jesse Rinehart (Cellular and Molecular Physiology), Joshua Gendron (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA

Thu, Sep 25
5:30 pm to 7:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Social Sciences

This four-part workshop series is designed to help new and returning teaching fellows build confidence in the classroom, develop a wide range of concrete tools for leading an engaging and effective discussion section, and address challenges specific to teaching in the social sciences. The first session will include tips for the first day of class, how to set goals and expectations, and how to assess your students’ learning. Later meetings will introduce you to theories of how people learn, how to plan a section, trouble-shooting common problems, and how to grade effectively and efficiently. Finally, each week you will also have the opportunity to explore specific issues that have unfolded in your current or past sections. Participating in at least three of the four sessions is required for the Certificate of College Teaching Preparation (CCTP). 
Facilitators’ email: Rebecca Van den Honert and Sara Sanchez Alonso
Registration: click here

Mon, Sep 29
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Images and Objects

Are you interested in becoming a more engaging discussion leader or looking to get more practice with the fundamentals of teaching? This four-session workshop is intended to promote collaboration and idea sharing between instructors from various disciplines. Special attention will be given to facilitating activities, lesson plans, and discussions that involve objects, images, and other visual media as a focal point. Participants will get exposure to pedagogical practices as well as techniques for efficiently planning discussion sections. We will also discuss how to fairly grade student work and take a self-reflective approach to teaching. An optional session on teaching in the Yale Art Gallery will be offered. If you have any questions, please contact Ian Althouse (ian.althouse@yale.edu) or Simona Lorenzini (simona.lorenzini@yale.edu).
Registration: click here

Tue, Sep 30
4:00 pm to 5:30 pm Fundamentals of Teaching History

Are you preparing to teach a history section for the first time, or looking to hone your classroom skills? Then come join us for this interactive series. These sessions will help you become more confident in the classroom; learn the basics of section planning and grading; explore strategies to stimulate engaging and meaningful discussion; develop creative learning activities; and help your students become stronger writers. We will provide time during each session for individual issues that may arise during the first half of the semester, so feel free to bring in your questions. 
Facilitators’ email: Sigma Colon and Anne Schindel
Registration​: click here

5:30 pm Academic Job Search Series

Join us for our annual series of workshops and panel discussions designed to help postdoctoral fellows and Ph.D. candidates interested in an academic career.  This series is run in collaboration with the Office of Career Strategy, Postdoctoral Career Services, and Yale University Postdoctoral Affairs. 
All events run from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Space is limited, so please register here.
Workshop descriptions are available here.
Workshop Titles
Welcome Talk: Understanding the Academic Job Search | Thursday, September 4 | Jennifer Furlong
The Teaching Portfolio I: How to Write a Teaching Statement | Tuesday, September 9 | Risa Sodi
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Cover Letter in the Humanities | Tuesday, September 16 | Kathryn Lofton
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Research Statement in the Sciences | Monday, September 22 | Tony Koleske
The Teaching Portfolio II: Evidence of Teaching Ability, Evaluations, and Sample Syllabi | Tuesday, September 22 | Risa Sodi
The Basics of Preparing an Academic CV | Wednesday, September 24 | Lorna MacEachern
The Job Talk and the Interview Class | Tuesday, September 30 | Jennifer Frederick
Academic Interviewing in the Humanities | Tuesday, October 7 | Carlos Eire (History), R. Tripp Evans (History of Art), and TBA
Academic Interviewing: The Job Talk in the Sciences | Tuesday, October 14 | Kathryn Miller-Jensen (Biomedical Engineering), Anjelica Gonzalez (Biomedical Engineering), Joan Steitz (Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry), and Melissa J. Marcucci (Biology)
Women in Academia | Tuesday, October 21 | Valerie Horsley (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), Shirin Bahmanyar (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA
Working with Your Mentor to Achieve Your Career Goals | Wednesday, October 22 | Gregory Huber (Political Science), Dan Prober (Applied Physics), and TBA
New Faculty Panel | Tuesday, October 28 | Benjamin Glaser (English), Jesse Rinehart (Cellular and Molecular Physiology), Joshua Gendron (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA

Wed, Oct 1
4:00 pm to 5:30 pm Fundamentals of Teaching in the Sciences (Medical School)

Are you teaching a class, section, or lab in the sciences for the first time? Have you taught before but are looking for ways to become a more engaging and effective teacher? Then join us for this interactive four-week workshop in which we will discuss many of the nuts and bolts that will help you lead a successful (and enjoyable!) class, section or lab this year. Topics will include setting goals for your class, adapting to various learning styles and environments, engaging your class through active learning, soliciting feedback, and grading effectively.
Light refreshments will be served. 
Registration link coming soon.
For additional information, please contact Robert Wickham (robert.wickham@yale.edu) or Megan Ericson (megan.ericson@yale.edu).

Thu, Oct 2
8:00 am to 9:30 am Fundamentals of Teaching in the Sciences (Science Hill)

Are you teaching a class, section, or lab in the sciences for the first time? Have you taught before but are looking for ways to become a more engaging and effective teacher? Then join us for this interactive four-week workshop in which we will discuss many of the nuts and bolts that will help you lead a successful (and enjoyable!) class, section or lab this year. Topics will include setting goals for your class, adapting to various learning styles and environments, engaging your class through active learning, soliciting feedback, and grading effectively.
Light refreshments will be served.
Please register here.
For more information, please contact Megan Ericson (megan.ericson@yale.edu) or Jemilat Salami (jemilat.salami@yale.edu)

2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Language

This five-week workshop series is designed to help new and returning language instructors build confidence in the classroom and develop a range of strategies for leading an engaging and effective language course grounded in second language teaching methodology. Participants will acquire skills that allow them to: set language learning goals and assess proficiency, create effective lesson plans, promote active learning through the use of communicative and task-based teaching methods, recognize and support individual learner differences, provide meaningful feedback and error correction in a communicative manner, and address other challenges specific to second language teaching. The workshop also acts as a forum for teachers of all languages to share experiences and ideas with their colleagues. This series will be held on Thursday afternoons from 2:00-4:00, from September 4th to October 9th (with an exception on Tuesday September 23rd), and will build on the topics covered in the Center for Teaching and Learning’s Language Study Pedagogy Workshop. Fundamentals of Teaching is also a core requirement of the Second Language Acquisition Certificate program offered by the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Facilitators’ email: Eleonora Buonocore (CTL Fellow) and Suzanne Young (Associate Director of Language Education & Research, Center for Language Study, part of the Center for Teaching and Learning Group)
Registration: click here

Fri, Oct 3
9:00 am to 3:30 pm "Teaching at Teaching-Intensive Institutions" (off-campus symposium)


A day-long workshop about teaching at
·      regional comprehensives

·      community colleges
·      liberal arts schools
Free and open to
·      PhD students
·      adjunct faculty members
·      recent PhDs
·      anyone interested in a faculty position at a teaching-intensive
RSVP Paula Krebs at pkrebs@bridgew.edu
Featuring
Job Counseling (bring your CV and a sample cover letter) as well as sessions on
·      Work-Life Balance, Teaching-Research Balance
·      Regional Comprehensives: Who Are Our Students
·      What You Need to Know About Community Colleges
·      If You Build It….: Engaging Your Inner Entrepreneur as a Junior Faculty Member
·      Giving Student Feedback
·      Adjusting to Teaching at a Community College
·      Culturally Inclusive Pedagogy
This event is sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education, Bridgewater State University, the University of Massachusetts Amherst, the University of Massachusetts Boston, Brown University, Boston College, Northeastern University, and Yale University.

Mon, Oct 6
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Images and Objects

Are you interested in becoming a more engaging discussion leader or looking to get more practice with the fundamentals of teaching? This four-session workshop is intended to promote collaboration and idea sharing between instructors from various disciplines. Special attention will be given to facilitating activities, lesson plans, and discussions that involve objects, images, and other visual media as a focal point. Participants will get exposure to pedagogical practices as well as techniques for efficiently planning discussion sections. We will also discuss how to fairly grade student work and take a self-reflective approach to teaching. An optional session on teaching in the Yale Art Gallery will be offered. If you have any questions, please contact Ian Althouse (ian.althouse@yale.edu) or Simona Lorenzini (simona.lorenzini@yale.edu).
Registration: click here

Tue, Oct 7
5:30 pm Academic Job Search Series

Join us for our annual series of workshops and panel discussions designed to help postdoctoral fellows and Ph.D. candidates interested in an academic career.  This series is run in collaboration with the Office of Career Strategy, Postdoctoral Career Services, and Yale University Postdoctoral Affairs. 
All events run from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Space is limited, so please register here.
Workshop descriptions are available here.
Workshop Titles
Welcome Talk: Understanding the Academic Job Search | Thursday, September 4 | Jennifer Furlong
The Teaching Portfolio I: How to Write a Teaching Statement | Tuesday, September 9 | Risa Sodi
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Cover Letter in the Humanities | Tuesday, September 16 | Kathryn Lofton
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Research Statement in the Sciences | Monday, September 22 | Tony Koleske
The Teaching Portfolio II: Evidence of Teaching Ability, Evaluations, and Sample Syllabi | Tuesday, September 22 | Risa Sodi
The Basics of Preparing an Academic CV | Wednesday, September 24 | Lorna MacEachern
The Job Talk and the Interview Class | Tuesday, September 30 | Jennifer Frederick
Academic Interviewing in the Humanities | Tuesday, October 7 | Carlos Eire (History), R. Tripp Evans (History of Art), and TBA
Academic Interviewing: The Job Talk in the Sciences | Tuesday, October 14 | Kathryn Miller-Jensen (Biomedical Engineering), Anjelica Gonzalez (Biomedical Engineering), Joan Steitz (Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry), and Melissa J. Marcucci (Biology)
Women in Academia | Tuesday, October 21 | Valerie Horsley (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), Shirin Bahmanyar (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA
Working with Your Mentor to Achieve Your Career Goals | Wednesday, October 22 | Gregory Huber (Political Science), Dan Prober (Applied Physics), and TBA
New Faculty Panel | Tuesday, October 28 | Benjamin Glaser (English), Jesse Rinehart (Cellular and Molecular Physiology), Joshua Gendron (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA

Thu, Oct 9
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Fundamentals of Teaching Language

This five-week workshop series is designed to help new and returning language instructors build confidence in the classroom and develop a range of strategies for leading an engaging and effective language course grounded in second language teaching methodology. Participants will acquire skills that allow them to: set language learning goals and assess proficiency, create effective lesson plans, promote active learning through the use of communicative and task-based teaching methods, recognize and support individual learner differences, provide meaningful feedback and error correction in a communicative manner, and address other challenges specific to second language teaching. The workshop also acts as a forum for teachers of all languages to share experiences and ideas with their colleagues. This series will be held on Thursday afternoons from 2:00-4:00, from September 4th to October 9th (with an exception on Tuesday September 23rd), and will build on the topics covered in the Center for Teaching and Learning’s Language Study Pedagogy Workshop. Fundamentals of Teaching is also a core requirement of the Second Language Acquisition Certificate program offered by the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Facilitators’ email: Eleonora Buonocore (CTL Fellow) and Suzanne Young (Associate Director of Language Education & Research, Center for Language Study, part of the Center for Teaching and Learning Group)
Registration: click here

Tue, Oct 14
5:30 pm Academic Job Search Series

Join us for our annual series of workshops and panel discussions designed to help postdoctoral fellows and Ph.D. candidates interested in an academic career.  This series is run in collaboration with the Office of Career Strategy, Postdoctoral Career Services, and Yale University Postdoctoral Affairs. 
All events run from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Space is limited, so please register here.
Workshop descriptions are available here.
Workshop Titles
Welcome Talk: Understanding the Academic Job Search | Thursday, September 4 | Jennifer Furlong
The Teaching Portfolio I: How to Write a Teaching Statement | Tuesday, September 9 | Risa Sodi
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Cover Letter in the Humanities | Tuesday, September 16 | Kathryn Lofton
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Research Statement in the Sciences | Monday, September 22 | Tony Koleske
The Teaching Portfolio II: Evidence of Teaching Ability, Evaluations, and Sample Syllabi | Tuesday, September 22 | Risa Sodi
The Basics of Preparing an Academic CV | Wednesday, September 24 | Lorna MacEachern
The Job Talk and the Interview Class | Tuesday, September 30 | Jennifer Frederick
Academic Interviewing in the Humanities | Tuesday, October 7 | Carlos Eire (History), R. Tripp Evans (History of Art), and TBA
Academic Interviewing: The Job Talk in the Sciences | Tuesday, October 14 | Kathryn Miller-Jensen (Biomedical Engineering), Anjelica Gonzalez (Biomedical Engineering), Joan Steitz (Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry), and Melissa J. Marcucci (Biology)
Women in Academia | Tuesday, October 21 | Valerie Horsley (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), Shirin Bahmanyar (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA
Working with Your Mentor to Achieve Your Career Goals | Wednesday, October 22 | Gregory Huber (Political Science), Dan Prober (Applied Physics), and TBA
New Faculty Panel | Tuesday, October 28 | Benjamin Glaser (English), Jesse Rinehart (Cellular and Molecular Physiology), Joshua Gendron (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA

Tue, Oct 21
5:30 pm Academic Job Search Series

Join us for our annual series of workshops and panel discussions designed to help postdoctoral fellows and Ph.D. candidates interested in an academic career.  This series is run in collaboration with the Office of Career Strategy, Postdoctoral Career Services, and Yale University Postdoctoral Affairs. 
All events run from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Space is limited, so please register here.
Workshop descriptions are available here.
Workshop Titles
Welcome Talk: Understanding the Academic Job Search | Thursday, September 4 | Jennifer Furlong
The Teaching Portfolio I: How to Write a Teaching Statement | Tuesday, September 9 | Risa Sodi
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Cover Letter in the Humanities | Tuesday, September 16 | Kathryn Lofton
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Research Statement in the Sciences | Monday, September 22 | Tony Koleske
The Teaching Portfolio II: Evidence of Teaching Ability, Evaluations, and Sample Syllabi | Tuesday, September 22 | Risa Sodi
The Basics of Preparing an Academic CV | Wednesday, September 24 | Lorna MacEachern
The Job Talk and the Interview Class | Tuesday, September 30 | Jennifer Frederick
Academic Interviewing in the Humanities | Tuesday, October 7 | Carlos Eire (History), R. Tripp Evans (History of Art), and TBA
Academic Interviewing: The Job Talk in the Sciences | Tuesday, October 14 | Kathryn Miller-Jensen (Biomedical Engineering), Anjelica Gonzalez (Biomedical Engineering), Joan Steitz (Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry), and Melissa J. Marcucci (Biology)
Women in Academia | Tuesday, October 21 | Valerie Horsley (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), Shirin Bahmanyar (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA
Working with Your Mentor to Achieve Your Career Goals | Wednesday, October 22 | Gregory Huber (Political Science), Dan Prober (Applied Physics), and TBA
New Faculty Panel | Tuesday, October 28 | Benjamin Glaser (English), Jesse Rinehart (Cellular and Molecular Physiology), Joshua Gendron (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA

Wed, Oct 22
5:30 pm Academic Job Search Series

Join us for our annual series of workshops and panel discussions designed to help postdoctoral fellows and Ph.D. candidates interested in an academic career.  This series is run in collaboration with the Office of Career Strategy, Postdoctoral Career Services, and Yale University Postdoctoral Affairs. 
All events run from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Space is limited, so please register here.
Workshop descriptions are available here.
Workshop Titles
Welcome Talk: Understanding the Academic Job Search | Thursday, September 4 | Jennifer Furlong
The Teaching Portfolio I: How to Write a Teaching Statement | Tuesday, September 9 | Risa Sodi
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Cover Letter in the Humanities | Tuesday, September 16 | Kathryn Lofton
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Research Statement in the Sciences | Monday, September 22 | Tony Koleske
The Teaching Portfolio II: Evidence of Teaching Ability, Evaluations, and Sample Syllabi | Tuesday, September 22 | Risa Sodi
The Basics of Preparing an Academic CV | Wednesday, September 24 | Lorna MacEachern
The Job Talk and the Interview Class | Tuesday, September 30 | Jennifer Frederick
Academic Interviewing in the Humanities | Tuesday, October 7 | Carlos Eire (History), R. Tripp Evans (History of Art), and TBA
Academic Interviewing: The Job Talk in the Sciences | Tuesday, October 14 | Kathryn Miller-Jensen (Biomedical Engineering), Anjelica Gonzalez (Biomedical Engineering), Joan Steitz (Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry), and Melissa J. Marcucci (Biology)
Women in Academia | Tuesday, October 21 | Valerie Horsley (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), Shirin Bahmanyar (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA
Working with Your Mentor to Achieve Your Career Goals | Wednesday, October 22 | Gregory Huber (Political Science), Dan Prober (Applied Physics), and TBA
New Faculty Panel | Tuesday, October 28 | Benjamin Glaser (English), Jesse Rinehart (Cellular and Molecular Physiology), Joshua Gendron (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA

Tue, Oct 28
5:30 pm Academic Job Search Series

Join us for our annual series of workshops and panel discussions designed to help postdoctoral fellows and Ph.D. candidates interested in an academic career.  This series is run in collaboration with the Office of Career Strategy, Postdoctoral Career Services, and Yale University Postdoctoral Affairs. 
All events run from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Space is limited, so please register here.
Workshop descriptions are available here.
Workshop Titles
Welcome Talk: Understanding the Academic Job Search | Thursday, September 4 | Jennifer Furlong
The Teaching Portfolio I: How to Write a Teaching Statement | Tuesday, September 9 | Risa Sodi
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Cover Letter in the Humanities | Tuesday, September 16 | Kathryn Lofton
Academic Job Search & Preparing the Research Statement in the Sciences | Monday, September 22 | Tony Koleske
The Teaching Portfolio II: Evidence of Teaching Ability, Evaluations, and Sample Syllabi | Tuesday, September 22 | Risa Sodi
The Basics of Preparing an Academic CV | Wednesday, September 24 | Lorna MacEachern
The Job Talk and the Interview Class | Tuesday, September 30 | Jennifer Frederick
Academic Interviewing in the Humanities | Tuesday, October 7 | Carlos Eire (History), R. Tripp Evans (History of Art), and TBA
Academic Interviewing: The Job Talk in the Sciences | Tuesday, October 14 | Kathryn Miller-Jensen (Biomedical Engineering), Anjelica Gonzalez (Biomedical Engineering), Joan Steitz (Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry), and Melissa J. Marcucci (Biology)
Women in Academia | Tuesday, October 21 | Valerie Horsley (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), Shirin Bahmanyar (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA
Working with Your Mentor to Achieve Your Career Goals | Wednesday, October 22 | Gregory Huber (Political Science), Dan Prober (Applied Physics), and TBA
New Faculty Panel | Tuesday, October 28 | Benjamin Glaser (English), Jesse Rinehart (Cellular and Molecular Physiology), Joshua Gendron (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology), and TBA

Wed, Nov 5 to Sun, Nov 9
9:00 am to 1:00 pm 39th Annual POD Conference