Register for CIRTL@UIC Fall Offerings
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CIRTL@UIC is offering free online programs and events this fall to help UIC graduate students and postdoctoral scholars develop as inclusive educators and prepare for the job market including:
- The College Classroom | Tuesdays, September 26 through December 12; registration closes September 18
- Writing an Effective Teaching Philosophy Statement | September 13 and 27
- Teaching Discomfort: Facilitating Challenging Discussions in the Classroom | September 21 and 28
- Beyond Participation: Inclusive Perspectives on Student Engagement and Feedback | September 28 and October 5
- Fostering Student Belonging through Inclusive Language | October 11 and 25
- Teaching with Transparency: Evidence-Based Approaches to Foster Student Motivation and Engagement | November 2
- Supporting Neurodivergent Students | November 8
- Creating Accessible Teaching and Research Documents in STEM | November 17 and December 1
- Getting Started with Universal Design for Learning | December 7 and 14
- An event series on Exploring Careers in Teaching at a Community College | begins October 26
Some programming has a registration cap, so you are encouraged to register early for best consideration. You can learn more about these opportunities on the CIRTL@UIC events page.
By completing CIRTL programming, participants can earn a certification documenting their commitment to developing their pedagogical knowledge and teaching skills.
This credential is recognized by the more than 40 research institutions across the U.S. and Canada that make up the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (CIRTL) network, a prestigious network of research universities committed to supporting future faculty by promoting the adoption of effective college teaching practices. UIC’s Graduate College and the Center for the Advancement of Teaching Excellence have partnered to establish UIC as a member of this network, and you can learn more on the CIRTL@UIC website.
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