Local Programs

Students at a symposium

Future Faculty and Academic Careers offers a diverse range of both in-person and online workshops and networking opportunities for future faculty preparation. Programming is aimed at graduate students and postdocs, although faculty and staff are encouraged to join in learning communities on important topics in teaching, research, and mentoring.

Programming is offered in partnership with the North American CIRTL Network, the Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) and other Graduate School offices such as the Office of Inclusion and Student Engagement (OISE), the Office of Postdoctoral Studies and Careers Beyond Academia.

Overview of programs by level of commitment:

Low Commitment or Drop-In (1-2 hours)

See alsoOnline Programs

Extended Engagement Events (3-12 hours)

See alsoCourses

Day-Long Conferences and Institutes

See also: Conferences and Institutes

Since 2015, Future Faculty and Academic Careers also offers both short-term and high-engagement activities enabling graduate students and postdocs to earn nationally recognized certificates at the level of CIRTL Associate, Practitioner, and Scholar.

Past Programs