In ways evocative of our own moment, word and image fought for supremacy across the pages of Enlightenment scientific books. Scientists strove, in a host of ways, to provide a direct access to nature, and with the advancement of copperplate engraving the printed image was increasingly seen as offering the reader/viewer a site of unmediated witness.
WHAT? Designed especially for graduate students in the Faculty of Arts, this hands-on workshop is a must for those thinking about post-degree careers. Whether you’re interested in a career inside or outside of academia, you’ll create a customized, holistic professional development plan which prioritizes five competencies: teaching & mentoring, communication, leadership & administration, professionalism and self-care. Dr.
English and Philosophy graduate students completing the Centre for Teaching Excellence's Certificate in University Teaching are holding teaching colloquia on Friday, January 5 and Friday, January 12, both from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. in HH 373.
The colloquia will feature research talks and interactive workshops on selected topics in post-secondary pedagogy.