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The University of Pennsylvania has just announced a new postdoctoral fellowship opportunity. Check out the call for candidates below for more information. In addition, be sure to check out the How to Find a Postdoc page to learn about UA openings and related postdoc position listing databases.
Postdoctoral Fellowships for Academic Diversity at the University of Pennsylvania and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
The Arizona Quarterly, the UA Department of English's Graduate Literature Program, and the Graduate Center are excited to announce a two lecture series on the topic of Academic Publishing. Students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend. Attendees will learn about the academic publishing process and ways to be effective in getting published in scholarly journals, books, and more.
“Scholarly Publishing: What, Where, When, and How”
The Office of Instruction and Assessment, the Graduate Center and the Graduate & Professional Student Council would like to invite you to our “Preparing for Faculty Job Applications” Brown Bag Discussion Series. This is a series of 4 brown bags, with the first one starting this coming Tuesday on September 6th. Attached and copied below is the schedule for the series.
“Preparing for Faculty Job Applications" Brown Bag Discussion Series Schedule
The Fall 2016 workshop schedule for the Campus Connections Program is now available. Through Graduate Center sponsorship, most sessions are open to graduate students and postdocs, in addition to new faculty members. Check out the schedule below for more information on each session and how to register for these free workshops. There are three workshop tracks: Getting Published, Diversity in the Classroom, and Advancing Faculty Careers.
Please email Dr. Laura Hunter at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
FROM ABD TO PhD
Fall 2016 WORKSHOP SERIES
Purpose: Provide writing support for ABD (all but dissertated) students; discuss shared concerns about the dissertation process; and introduce strategies to facilitate writing. All participants should come prepared to write and work collaboratively with students from across diverse disciplines. This series will continue with three new workshops in the spring.
The workshops series is facilitated by the Writing Skills Improvement Program and the Think Tank Writing Specialist, and is sponsored by the Graduate and Professional Student Council and the Graduate Center.
Couldn't attend the April 13, 2016, Interactive Teaching Workshop in person? No worries! The slides and presentation video are now available on the Graduate Center's Resources Page in the Teaching Resources section and in the text of this annoucement. Enjoy!
Interactive Teaching Workshop (April 13, 2016)
New Offering SLHS 497/597: Workshop on Foreign Accent Modification (1 credit)
Summer Session I: June 6th-July 7th
Monday-Thursday 10:00-10:50 AM