The Summer Faculty Institute is open to all who teach at UD, including our “future faculty,” or graduate students. Graduate students at all levels are welcome attend all three days of programs.
For those graduate students who are interested in pursuing their professional development through a formal, collegial, and longer-term commitment, the CIRTL program may be of interest. Get more information on CIRTL at UD here: http://grad.udel.edu/cirtl/
CIRTL program participants are warmly invited to three special sessions, one on each day.
“Making Sense of the Summer Faculty Institute” is a reflection and feedback session to help participants solidify take-aways and follow-up programs and initiatives. Faciliated by Tobias Lemke.
CIRTL participants will enjoy lunch together at reserved tables in the Gore rotunda in order to informally network and discuss their experiences.
“Introduction to CIRTL research projects” will orient students who wish to obtain advanced CIRTL achievements in the design and execution of Teaching as Research (TAR) projects. Facilitated by Deborah Allen and Jacqueline Fajardo.