|Event Title||Walk the Talk: Teaching Intensive Job Talks & Teaching Demos (WTT Teaching/Faculty - Part 1) - Jan 13|
|Sponsor||Training Initiative for Biological and Biomedical Sciences (TIBBS) - Seeding Postdoctoral Innovators in Research and Education (SPIRE), Center for Integration of Research Teaching and Learning (CIRTL), Future Science Educators (FuSE), Center for Faculty Excellence (CFE)|
|Date/Time||01/13/2020 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM|
Walk the Talk: Preparing for job talks, chalk talks, and teaching demonstrations
Ready to enter the job market? Need to prepare a job or chalk talk? Learn tips to give a great talk and land your next position at one of the three Chalk Talk Mini-Series sessions.
Attend one or all of the career track-specific sessions. Apply the skills you learn from the workshop and prepare your own job talk. Practice your talk at the next session and receive feedback from faculty or mentors in your career track.
Walk the Talk: Teaching Intensive Job Talks & Teaching Demos
January 13th @ 3-4:30p @ Marsico 6004
Watch teaching demos live, hear from postdocs on the job market, and observe real-time commentary and feedback from teaching and learning professionals, including teaching-intensive professors, SPIRE postdocs, and faculty development staff administrators! Get tips on preparing for teaching-related job talks and demos, and ask your questions from these experienced professionals and seasoned academic job market candidates.
Featuring facilitators and special guests:
Dr. Misty Thomas, Assistant Professor at NC A&T State University
Dr. Phil Edwards, Center for Faculty Excellence, UNC Chapel Hill
Dr. Chris Abdullah, SPIRE Postdoctoral Scholar, UNC Chapel Hill
Teaching Demo Presenters:
Dr. Sonia Singhal, SPIRE Postdoctoral Scholar, UNC Chapel Hill
Dr. Liz Crofton, SPIRE Postdoctoral Scholar, UNC Chapel Hill
Dr. Monica Gaudier-Diaz, SPIRE Postdoctoral Scholar, UNC Chapel Hill
Co-sponsored by Future Science Educators (FuSE), the Center for Faculty Excellence, Seeding Postdoctoral Innovators in Research and Education (SPIRE), the Center for Teaching Research and Learning (CIRTL), & TIBBS