Faculty Development Workshops
The Graduate College is partnering with Faculty Development to provide training workshops for new and current faculty members on a variety of topics related to graduate education. For other workshops for faculty not related to graduate education, please visit Faculty Development.
Topic: Graduate College Services to Faculty in Support of Graduate Education
Description: The mission of the Graduate College (GC) is to provide vision, leadership and direction for excellence in graduate education at the university. While the GC is recognized for the services it offers to graduate students and academic units, it also supports the mentoring and scholarly activities of graduate faculty. Come meet the GC deans to learn more about how they are supporting faculty in research and mentoring endeavors, thereby promoting successful and innovative graduate education.
Date: Thursday, November 15
Time: 1:30-3 p.m.
Location: Alkek Library, Room 105-106
Topic: Recruiting and Mentoring Students at Texas State
Presented by: Dr. Sandy Rao, Assistant Dean, and Dr. Eric Paulson, Associate Dean
Description: This workshop address resources and strategies designed to support programs in their recruitment efforts and provide faculty with best practices in mentoring graduate students.
Topic: Supporting Graduate Students for External Fellowships, Awards, and the Academic Job Market
Presented by: Dr. Andrea Hilkovitz, External Funding Coordinator, and Dr. Andrea Golato, Graduate Dean
Description: Writing letters of recommendation can help your students, Texas State, and your own career trajectory. This workshop provides tips on streamlining the process, crafting effective messages, and formatting.