The Graduate Teacher Program supports the development of graduate students as teaching scholars. The workshops are designed to help you teach at CU-Boulder, to begin your professional development as a professor in postsecondary education, and to explore nonacademic job opportunities.
Welcome to the Spring Conference. CU-Boulder, a Research Extensive institution, supports the development of graduate teaching scholars and future professionals through the Graduate Teacher Program. The workshops are designed to help you teach more effectively, to provide you with professional development opportunities, and to expose you to non-academic job possibilities.
Faculty from several COPFFN institutions will speak on concerns and interests when they are examining candidates' dossiers.
Students selected to be Lead Graduate Tachers undergo a comprehensive training for one week in May in preparation for the following academic year.
DOC training is designed to help CU Boulder graduate teachers (TAs, RAs, and GPTIs) incorporate diversity and inclusion into their classroom environments and be prepared to enter a diverse teaching and workforce environment.
ROAR is a learning community is designed to focus on undergraduate retention in STEM departments. More specifically, this project will focus on statistics courses in STEM departments that are challenging to students and are considered bottlenecks to major completion.
Evidence-Based Introduction to Teaching (formerly STRIPE) is a one-week summer institute for postdoctoral fellows in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields in which they apply engineering principles of design, build, test and iterate to specific course development and utilize access to relevant literature and techniques.