Are you a graduate student who loves to teach? Who has a great strategy for engaging undergraduate audiences? Or, do you have questions on how to balance teaching with the demands of a graduate program? If so, the American Studies Association Students’ Committee wants to hear from you! The Students’ Committee is looking for graduate students with an interest in teaching to participate in a session on “Teaching Tips and Tricks for Graduate Students” at the upcoming ASA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. The format is based on a series of short, informal presentations where graduate students share useful tips or ask questions about teaching to be answered by fellow students. The goal is to provide a supportive venue for graduate students to exchange tips and give advice based on their own experiences as a graduate instructor. The session is open to all graduate students interested in teaching. The session is scheduled for Friday, November 22, from 4:00-5:45pm in the Georgetown East (C) room at the Washington Hilton.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Hilary Miller at email@example.com or Christopher Eng at Ceng@gc.cuny.edu.
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