The Network professional development series offers opportunities for all graduate students and postdoctoral research scholars to extend their professional networks across campus. We have partnered with experts across campus for the ongoing series of seminars and workshops devoted to career development.
|Event||Professional Development partner||Date|
|Grant Writing for the Humanities and Social Sciences||
11:30am to 12:30pm
|3MT Competition Qualifying Round—Biological and Life Sciences & Applied Health Sciences||OVPRED, Department of Rhetoric, and Graduate Student Senate||
5:00pm to 7:00pm
|Grant Writing for the Physical & Biomedical Sciences||
12:00pm to 1:00pm
Professional development partners across campus include:
The Center for Teaching (CFT) supports your efforts as a teaching Assistant at The University of Iowa. Their services are free, voluntary, and confidential, and include individual consultation, classroom observation, workshops, and faculty institutes. The CfT web site provides strategies for designing courses, teaching courses, and assessing student learning. Let us know how we can help enhance your teaching.
The Writing Center (TWC) helps all in the University community improve their writing, including attitudes and self-confidence about writing. They offer services including semester long tutoring programs with weekly meetings, as needed single appointments, online tutoring, and online help with specific writing questions. To learn more about the Writing Center, click to find the Center hours and links to Center resources and handouts.
Iowa Digital Engagement & Learning (IDEAL) IDEAL is the Iowa Digital Engagement and Learning Initiative. Supported by the Provost’s Office and housed in the Rhetoric Department, IDEAL promotes hands-on learning through innovative assignments. IDEAL works with instructors to devise resources and develop projects that make classroom innovation easier. These projects ask students to engage with communities beyond the classroom by using digital technologies and creating work that endures beyond the semester.
Network events are open to graduate students and postdoctoral scholars on a first come, first served basis. Register early using the links above. Seating is limited.