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Orientation for New International Graduate Teaching Assistants

Wednesday, September 14, 2022, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Location: Learing Innovation Center (LINC) Lobby — Map

Whether you’re supporting a recitation, leading a lab section, grading for a large lecture, designing and teaching your own course, or hoping to teach someday, this orientation will focus on unique needs and challenges international GTAs might face in the U.S. classroom.

Audience

All international graduate students are welcome, especially those who will have a position during the 2022-2023 academic year. Those who do not have a position, or who are unsure if they will, are also welcome to attend to gain skills for future teaching activities. While this event is geared toward new GTAs, graduate students continuing with their degrees are also welcome.

Attendance

All international GTAs are highly encouraged to come. Some academic units require attendance. Please check with your program if you are unsure whether your attendance is required. Students who attend this session will also attend the all-GTA Orientation in the afternoon from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Please be sure to register for both sessions.

For more information or disability accommodations, contact Jeanna Towns ([email protected]) by August 15. Do not miss out on door prizes and Center for Teaching and Learning swag.

 

Orientation for New Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) and Faculty

Wednesday, September 14, 2022, 12:30 to 4 p.m.
Location: Learing Innovation Center (LINC) Lobby — Map

Are you new to teaching or simply just new to teaching at OSU? Either way, this orientation is for you! Designed to support all new graduate students and faculty, this orientation provides preparation support for the first day of class, and information on where to leverage campus resources to support your teaching throughout the year. Topics such as classroom management and educational technology will also be discussed, and break-out panel presentations will answer your burning GTA or faculty related questions to help get you launched!

Audience

New teaching and research graduate students, and new faculty are welcome. Those with or without a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) position, as well as international GTAs (who may have attended the morning session) are encouraged to attend.

Attendance

Attendance is highly encouraged and is required by some academic units. Please check with your program if you are unsure whether your attendance is required. Do not miss out on door prizes and Center for Teaching and Learning swag.

For more information or disability accommodations, contact Jeanna Towns ([email protected]) by August 15.