On this website students can find information concerning the various functions and procedures of the Honor Code, as well as other resources outside of our office.
Participants learn what sexual harassment is, what the policy requires, and what to do if they are sexually harassed. Sessions are also offered for departments or work units upon request, as well as in Laotian and Spanish. All TAs/GPTIs are required to take the CU Sexual Harassment Policy workshop. Two sessions are offered during the Fall Intensive.
Useful site explains plagiarism, paraphrasing, quoting, copyright, fair use, and more.
How to avoid plagiarism by citing sources.
A plagiarism prevention and online grading resource, Turnitin.com is also integrated into the Desire2Learn (D2L) system. If you are using Turnitin.com separately, you can use it for free by contacting the CU Boulder Honor Code office to obtain a code.
We help full time, degree seeking UCB students and alumni plan, prepare and promote their careers.
Prepared by the APA Committee on Non-Academic Careers. This booklet is designed to help non-academic geared students with the process of finding and evaluating career options.
A gateway for job search, career exploration and school information.
By far the best online CV builder for academics. Chronicle launched, Vitae offers free career management tools, a powerful community, and the candid insights that academics need to build successful careers and fulfill their mission.
CUE honors the university’s collective commitment to freedom, equality, dignity, and respect for all its members. We envision a thriving and vibrant multicultural campus that is free of unfair obstacles.
Counseling and Psychiatric Services offers counseling programs and activities for all CU Boulder students.
The Gender and Sexuality Center is to promote equal opportunity for successful academic, social and personal development for all GLBTQIA students, staff, faculty and their allies in a safe and supportive environment.
The Graduate School serves the community of graduate students, faculty, and staff at CU-Boulder, one of the nation's premier comprehensive research universities.
The Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance has training, policy information and resources for reporting all complaints of discrimiation and harassment.
At the Ombuds Office, we offer all members of the university community a safe place to talk about their campus-related problems. We help you identify and evaluate options and provide information. We can facilitate conversations between conflicting parties and make referrals when necessary.
UGGS is the primary advocacy group for graduate and professional students on the CU-Boulder campus.
Wardenburg is the primary health care facility for CU students located conveniently on campus. Our services include primary care, psychological health, sports medicine, women’s health, and peer health education.
The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement leads CU-Boulder's diversity efforts. The office fosters our vision for a diverse campus climate and works with students, faculty, and staff to implement the campus diversity plan. The division of ODECE includes Disability Services and Pre-College Outreach Programs.
An overview of CU Boulder's Diversity, Inclusion, and Academic Excellence Plan.
Use this form to track GTP workshop attendance and discipline-specific training hours required for the Certificate in College Teaching.
This guide will help faculty conduct an observation and evaluation of your teaching, which is required to earn the Certificate in College Teaching.
Teaching Portfolio outline for Certificate in College Teaching.
Use this tracking form to record your GTP workshop attendance and discipline-specific hours for the Professional Development Certificate: Preparing Future Faculty.
Those pursuing the PDC:PFF must develop a project in conjunction with a mentor at another institution in the Collaborative Preparing Future Faculty Network (COPFFN). A Mentorship Plan must be completed in order for the Graduate Teacher Program to endorse the student's placement and for the placement to be considered "sponsored" by the University of Colorado at Boulder. The student, employer, and the Graduate Teacher Program agree to assume these responsibilities for the duration of the student's placement.
Those pursuing the PDC:PFF must interview their Faculty Mentor. This document provides guidelines and questions for conducting the interview.
Outline for a Socratic or Professional Academic Portfolio.
Those who want to pursue a Provost's Fellowship for the University Libraries must secure approval from their department and faculty advisor.
Use this form to track GTP workshop hours, discipline-specific hours, and your overall progress toward earning the Professional Development Certificate:Preparing Future Faculty. (Please note: Fellows are required to fulfill the requirements for this certificate as a condition of selection)
Provost's Fellows are required to work with a faculty mentor in the University Libraries on a mentorship project. A mentorship plan must be submitted and approved by the Graduate Teacher Program and University Libraries to be endorsed by the university.
Provost's Fellows must interview their faculty mentor about their experiences working in the University Libraries. This form provides guidelines and questions to conduct the interview.
Provost's Fellows must submit a Professional Portfolio outlining their experiences.
This form signifies your department chair, academic advisor, TA supervisor/coordinator (if applicable), and selected Lead faculty mentor approve your participation in the Lead Network for your department.
Use this form to track GTP workshop attendance and discipline-specific training hours to upload with your lead graduate teacher application tracking.
The International Office has a list of resources for international students including the International Student Resource Guide, English-language learning resources, and the International Students and Scholars Programs (ISSP) Office.
A privately owned company run by former GTP Lead Graduate Teacher Dr. Antonia Johnson, Clear Talk Mastery teaches nonnative speakers of English (ESL or English as a second language) to speak clearly. Courses are customized with 1-on-1 tutoring & personalized textbook, video & audio lessons that aim to make accent reduction, clear pronunciation, and speech training efficient, easy & long lasting. See Clear Talk Mastery website for pricing details.
The International Graduate Teacher Manual contains basic information that is helpful for international teachers who are new to American classrooms
Center for Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning - Committed to advancing the teaching of STEM disciplines in higher education.
Information on scholarship and the practice of engagement.
Interactive periodic table with pop up visualization graphics.
Published six times during the academic year, NTLF covers the breadth of college teaching and learning issues.
An overview of the required elements for individual syllabi at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Information useful for graduate students and the 2017 conference.
A campus resource for making content and technology accessible for all learners.
CU Google applications and support
This technology automatically captures, stores and indexes classroom-related audio and video from faculty lectures or special events.
Provides an overview of personal computing and device support available to CU faculty, staff, and graduate students through the Office of Information Technology.
An overview of the teaching and learning technology tools available to CU Boulder faculty, staff, and graduate students through the Office of Information Technology.
Offered through OIT, this web-based guide helps faculty select and effectively use technology best-suited to their classrooms, interests, and technology skills.