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Teaching Your Research: A Workshop featuring Bass Instructional Fellows

If you are considering a faculty position after your Ph.D., you would likely benefit from the opportunity to design and/or teach an undergraduate course related to your dissertation research. Join this conversation featuring current and past Bass Instructional Fellows who have served as Instructors of Record (IOR) for an interactive workshop. The session will open with brief talks from the IORs about their process of approaching the course they designed and/or taught, followed by roundtable breakout discussions with participants for the chance to workshop their own plans.

Panelists
Mason Barto, PhD Candidate in Classical Studies
Amber Manning, PhD Candidate in English
Sarah Petry, PhD Candidate in Public Policy Studies
Cole Swanson, PhD Candidate in Music

Sponsored by The Graduate School and the Duke Office of Research Initiatives
Part of Research and Innovation Week
Contact: Dr Hugh Crumley crumley@duke.edu
 


Categories

Bass Instructional Fellowships, Certificate in College Teaching (CCT), College Teaching Workshops, Professional Development, Teaching and Mentoring