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Career Toolkit for Graduate Students & Postdocs: Crafting Teaching Statements for Job Applications (Panel)

Date:
Thursday, February 29, 2024
Time:
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location:
Boettcher Room

Registration is required. There are 26 seats available.


Crafting Teaching Statements for Job Applications (Panel)

This panel discussion delves into the art of composing compelling teaching statements to enhance your job applications in academia. Crafting an effective teaching statement is a critical aspect of presenting your pedagogical philosophy and skills to potential employers. Our panelists, with diverse experiences in academia, will provide invaluable insights into the expectations of educational institutions. From elucidating the key components of a standout teaching statement to offering tips on tailoring your narrative for different institutions, this discussion aims to demystify the process and empower attendees with the tools to articulate their teaching philosophy effectively.


This workshop is part of the Career Toolkit for Graduate Students workshop series. Career Toolkit for Graduate Students & Postdocs is a workshop series aiming to provide early career researchers with tips, tools, and best practices across the research lifecycle as well as prepare students for life beyond school.

The series is hosted weekly by Seth Vuletich, Scholarly Communications Librarian, and Roel Snieder, Director of the Center for Professional Development Education.

Related Link: Graduate Workshops

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Career Toolkit for Graduate Students & Postdocs: Crafting Teaching Statements for Job Applications (Panel)

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Presented by
Seth Vuletich

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Seth Vuletich

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Audience:
Graduate Students
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