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All Duquesne faculty, staff, and graduate students are welcome to attend CTE's workshops. 

Spring 2018 at a glance

Detailed information and registration for each event available by clicking on the link below.

SES Wrapper Sessions Thursday, 1/25 & Friday, 1/26 11:30-1:00
Using Active Learning Techniques to Enhance the Pre-Lab Lecture (Graduate Students only) Tuesday, 1/30 12:00-1:15
Three Ways to Incorporate the Writing Center into Your Teaching, Or How to Get the Most out of the Writing Center as an Instructor Wednesday, 1/31 12:00-12:30
Systematic Reviews: 5 Things You Need to Know (Webinar) Wednesday, 1/31 3:00-4:00
SCALE micro-workshop: Career Connectedness  Wednesday 2/7 & Thursday 2/8 12:20-12:50
Strategies for Using Gender-Inclusive Language in the Classroom and Beyond Tuesday, 2/13 3-4:15
SCALE micro-workshop: First Generation Students  Wednesday 2/14 & Thursday 2/15 12:20-12:50
SCALE micro-workshop: Holistic Teaching and Learning  Wednesday 2/21 & Thursday 2/22 12:20-12:50
(How) Should We Teach Grammar?: Strategies for Responding to Sentence-Level Writing Mistakes  Monday, 2/26 12:00-1:30
Project-based Learning Wednesday 2/28 12:00-1:30
Cohort Mentality & Professionalism in the Health Sciences Thursday, 3/1 10:45-12:00
Poster Design for Graduate Students (graduate students only) Friday, 2/23 12:00-1:15
Teacher Scholar Nexus Wednesday, 3/14 12:00-1:30
Choosing Wisely: Deciding Where to Publish Your Research (and Where NOT) Tuesday, 3/20 1:30-3:00
Exploring Race and Pedagogy IV Wednesday, 3/21 3:00-4:30
Teaching with Simulations Wednesday, 3/28 1:30 - 3:00
Preparing an Effective Case for Third-Year Review, Promotion, and Tenure Tuesday, April 3 3:00-4:30
What are Writing-Intensive Courses? Why Teach Them? Monday, April 9 12:00-1:30
Search Like an Expert: Building Comprehensive Search Strategies for Systematic Reviews
Documenting the Impact of Your Scholarship Thursday, May 10 10:00-11:30