CIRTL workshops offer the opportunity to engage with faculty, staff, and students at other universities around a specific topic, without the more intensive time commitment of a course. Space is limited and advanced registration is required to attend these online workshops from the national Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL) Network.
Each workshop opens for registration at the start of the term (fall, spring, or summer), and closes when it reaches capacity or approximately one week in advance of the first meeting date. Some workshops may also have specific audiences. Make sure you have created a free CIRTL Network account in order to register for a workshop.
Workshops typically involve some pre- and post-session work. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to borrow equipment such as webcams and headphones.
Create a free CIRTL Network account in order to register.
Exploring Diversity in Implicit Leadership Theories and Their Role in Inclusive Teaching and Learning
Monday and Thursday, July 26 and 29 – 1-2:30PM ET
Learn about implicit leadership theories (ILT) in this two-part workshop designed to help grad students and postdocs understand your own perceptions of leadership, and how those perceptions impact how you teach, how you work within departments, how you mentor, and more. Cap: 50.