Graduate Teaching Assistant Workshop

The GTA Workshop is a one day event offered three times per year, January, May, August. Upcoming workshop dates are: January 11, 2023, May 10, 2023, and August 9, 2023.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

The Department Chair or designee must submit the names of all prospective GTAs by completing the google form. 

The Office of Graduate Studies will contact the student and provide the link to the online application as well as information regarding the English Proficiency requirement. 

All students must attend the workshop in its entirety. 

This workshop will be held in-person at the Havener Center in St. Pat's A&B on August 10th, 2022. 

Please bring your Student ID for check-in.

8:30-8:55           Check-In
8:55-9:00           Introduce yourselves among your table
9:00-9:05           Welcome & Announcements
9:05-9:40           GTA's and the Law
9:40-10:10         Mental Well-Being Resources 
10:10-10:30       Resources from Student Support and Community Standards
10:30-10:45       BREAK
10:45-11:15       Cultural Orientation
11:15-11:45       FERPA
11:45-12:00       Academic Integrity
12:00-12:15       BREAK
12:15-12:45       LUNCH & Panel with Current GTAs 
12:45-1:00         BREAK & Check-In
1:00-2:00           University Teaching 101
2:00-3:00           The Other Side of Canvas
3:00-3:05           Closing Remarks & Optional Survey 

The next GTA workshop will be Wednesday, January 11th, 2023. 

GTAs and the Law
presented by Merilee Krueger, Psychological Science

Mental Well-Being Resources
presented by Simran Bhatia, Student Well-Being

UCARE
presented by Sammatha Wilcox, Student Support and Community Standards

Cultural Orientation
presented by Teresa Stratman, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

FERPA
presented by Deanne Jackson, Registrar's Office

Academic Integrity
presented by Erica Reven, Office of Graduate Studies

Student Conduct
presented by Chase Stockton, Student Support and Community Standards

University Teaching 101
presented by Beth Kania-Gosche, Teacher Education and Certification

The Other Side of Canvas
presented by Malcolm Hays, Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence