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Teaching Assistant Training Program

Saturday, Oct. 20, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

IIC-2001, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation

SGS, in collaboration with CITL, TAUMUN, and the GSU, are offering a pan-university Teaching Assistant (TA) Training Program for graduate students on the St. John’s campus. The objective is to introduce new graduate students and future teaching assistants to the roles and responsibilities of the job, as well as the relevant policies for TAs. A certificate of completion will be provided. This program is for thesis-based students. Thesis-based Engineering students are not eligible. Mode: On-campus Presenter: Dr. Leonard Lye, Professor & Associate Dean (Graduate Studies) Registration: https://bit.ly/2EctVm6 Offered by Memorial University’s Enhanced Development of the Graduate Experience (EDGE) www.mun.ca/edge: workshops and resources designed to help graduate students build diverse skills and competencies to be successful in graduate school and beyond.

Presented by School of Graduate Studies

Event Listing 2018-10-20 8:30:00 2018-10-20 16:00:00 America/St_Johns Teaching Assistant Training Program SGS, in collaboration with CITL, TAUMUN, and the GSU, are offering a pan-university Teaching Assistant (TA) Training Program for graduate students on the St. John’s campus. The objective is to introduce new graduate students and future teaching assistants to the roles and responsibilities of the job, as well as the relevant policies for TAs. A certificate of completion will be provided. This program is for thesis-based students. Thesis-based Engineering students are not eligible. Mode: On-campus Presenter: Dr. Leonard Lye, Professor & Associate Dean (Graduate Studies) Registration: https://bit.ly/2EctVm6 Offered by Memorial University’s Enhanced Development of the Graduate Experience (EDGE) www.mun.ca/edge: workshops and resources designed to help graduate students build diverse skills and competencies to be successful in graduate school and beyond. IIC-2001, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation School of Graduate Studies