Graduate Teaching Assistant Workshop

The GTA Workshop is a one-day event offered three times per year, January, May, and August. The next workshop will be held on January 9, 2024.

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. 

Graduate Education 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. 

The August 9, 2023 GTA workshop will be held in person at the Havener Center in St. Pat's Ballroom C. 

Please bring your Student ID for check-in.

8:30-8:55           Check-In
8:55-9:00           Introduce yourselves to your table
9:00-9:05           Welcome & Announcements
9:05-9:20           Student Support & Care Management
9:20-9:50           FERPA 
9:50-10:00         Student Conduct & Community Standards
10:00-10:15       S&T Connect
10:15-10:30       BREAK
10:30-11:30       The Other Side of Canvas
11:30-12:00       GTAs and the Law
12:00-12:45       LUNCH & Panel with Current GTAs 
12:45-1:00         BREAK & Check-In
1:00-2:00           University Teaching 101
2:00-2:15           Academic Integrity
2:15-2:25           BREAK
2:25-2:55           Mental Well-Being Services
2:55-3:25           Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
3:25-3:30           Closing Remarks and Optional Survey

The next GTA workshop will be Monday, January 9, 2024.

Student Support and Care Management - presented by Sammatha Yelton, Student Support and Community Standards

FERPA - presented by Deanne Jackson, Registrar's Office

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

S&T Connect  - presented by Wes Lewis, Undergraduate Education

Getting Started with Canvas - presented by Malcolm Hays, Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence

GTAs and the Law - presented by Merilee Krueger, Psychological Science

University Teaching 101 - presented by Dr. Michelle Schwartze, Education

Academic Integrity - presented by Wes Lewis, Undergraduate Education

Student Well-Being Services - presented by Amber Johnston, Student Well-Being

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion - presented by Dr. Nicole Roberson, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion