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Teaching as Research Capstone Seminar Series

The Teaching as Research Capstone Seminar Series brings together graduate students, postdocs, and faculty from across 43 CIRTL research universities through live webconferencing to discuss design and methodology for classroom research projects, share useful resources, present preliminary results, and  get constructive advice. Archived recordings will be available. Contact cu-cirtl@cornell.edu with questions or to borrow equipment such as webcams and microphones.

 

 

Upcoming Events

Spring Panel Discussion: What to Expect from My Teaching as Research Project

  • Monday, February 6, 2017 from 5:00-6:00 pm
  • Group viewing in 341 Caldwell or join online at: www.cirtl.net/p/events
  • Presenters: Matthew Kolp (Plant Biology, Michigan State University), Alex Kotelsky (Biomedical Engineering, University of Rochester), and Noah Green (Vanderbilt Brain Institute, Vanderbilt University)
  • Session description: Hear from graduate students and postdocs at multiple universities who recently completed projects on teaching. Bring your questions about what it is like to conduct a Teaching as Research project.

 

Spring Network-Wide Presentations

  • Monday, April 24, 2017 from 4:00-5:30 pm
  • Group viewing in 341 Caldwell or join online at: www.cirtl.net/p/events
  • Session description: Graduate students and postdocs from CIRTL universities will be presenting their Teaching as Research projects and preliminary data and are looking for feedback from you! Everyone in the Network is encouraged to join the session - whether you are brand new to the topic or an experienced researcher who has published in education journals.
  • Cornell presenters should contact cu-cirtl@cornell.edu with any questions and to borrow equipment such as webcams and headsets

Past Events

Fall Virtual Symposium of Teaching as Research

  • Monday, November 14, 2016 from 4:00-5:30 pm
  • Group viewing with coffee in 341 Caldwell or join online at: www.cirtl.net/p/events
  • Session description: STEM graduate students and postdocs from across the CIRTL Network will be presenting their Teaching as Research projects and preliminary data and are looking for feedback from you! Everyone in the Network is encouraged to join the session - whether you are brand new to the topic or an experienced researcher who has published in education journals.

 

Fall Panel Discussion: What to Expect from My Teaching as Research Project

  • Monday, October 3, 2016 from 5:00-6:00 pm
  • Group viewing in 341 Caldwell or join online at: www.cirtl.net/p/events
  • Presenters: Kenisha Ford (Physics & Astronomy, Howard University), Bethany Huot (Cell and Molecular Biology/Plant Research Laboratory, Michigan State University), and Mechelle Sanders (Public Health Sciences, University of Rochester)
  • Session description: Hear from graduate students and postdocs at multiple universities who recently completed projects on teaching. Bring your questions about what it is like to conduct a Teaching as Research project.