Summer Workshops

Are you planning on joining the Academic Job Market next year? Interested in campus wide diversity? What about making the transition from researcher to teacher? If so, consider applying to one of GTP's Summer Workshops.

Workshops include:

CU Diversity on Campus (May 30th), a one-day, multi-campus inclusive excellence training hosted by CU Boulder and funded by the Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement.

Preparing for the Academic Job Market (June 27th-28th), our two-day preparation event. We will cover all aspects of the job search and interview process, from finishing your dissertation to the fly out interview.

Transforming Your Research into Teaching (June 4th-July 30th), a 9-session workshop series designed to expose participants to the basic elements of course design.

Attendance is limited depending on the workshop, on a first-come, first-serve basis. Be prepared to honor your commitment to attend if granted a spot and therefore, please consider carefully before applying. Participants can count hours spent attending these workshops toward their certificate or credential, depending on the workshop. Please read about each individual event for more details. 



Graduate Teacher Program

The Graduate Teacher Program is a division of the Graduate School at the University of Colorado Boulder that helps graduate students perform effectively as graduate teaching assistants (TAs) and graduate part-time instructors (GPTIs), while at the same time helping them develop skills to serve in the professoriate once they attain their graduate degrees. The program offers specialized workshops in grant proposal writing, resume/CV preparation, public speaking, job interview assistance, research misconduct, and professional career opportunities. We also help masters and doctoral students transition to careers in the business, government, and nonprofit sectors. Because teaching preparation is preparation for any career—organization, planning, presenting, evaluating, and working in teams are essential skills for managers in any setting—research assistants, students on fellowships, and self-supporting students are encouraged to participate in Graduate Teacher Program activities.


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