Workshop: Dossier Materials: Cover Letters, Monday, 9/26, 3:30-5pm

Please join us the for the following workshops:

  • Dossier Materials: Cover Letters, Monday, 9/26, 3:30-5pm


  • This workshop is the third in a series of offering by the Academic Career Development Program, co-sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Department and Gottesman Libraries, and focused on the academic career. Participants should bring a sample of a cover letter that they are working on/planning to send out. Faculty members will offer recommendations for revisions and strengthening of materials.

    Christine Baron is an Assistant Professor of Social Studies and Education is a former high school history teacher and museum educator. Dr. Baron’s research focuses on examining historical thinking related to non-traditional texts and teaching and learning in informal settings.

    Mary Hafeli is a Professor in the Program in Art and Art Education and former fine arts dean. An active artist, her research focuses on the thinking and practices of artists and art students, approaches to studio teaching, and leadership in creative communities.

    Haeny Yoon is an Assistant Professor of Early Childhood in the Dept. of Curriculum and Teaching. Her work focuses on the intersection of play, literacy, and curriculum in classroom spaces.

    This workshop is designed for doctoral students in Arts and Humanities and Curriculum and Teaching. Other TC students may attend on a first come, first serve basis.

    Please rsvp with your details no later than Friday, September 23rd.

    Where: 305 Russell

  • Orientation for International Students, Friday, 9/9, 12-1pm


  • Partnering with the Office of International Services, we will give an overview of the Gottesman Libraries and guide students through key research resources and services, including Course Reserves, Learning at the Library, the Education Program, and tools developed by the Edlab.

    This orientation follows a general library tour, which international students also are encouraged to attend.

    Please rsvp with your details no later than Thursday, September 8th.

    Where: 306 Russell

  • Introduction to the Job Market and Dossiers, Monday, 9/12, 3:30-5pm


  • This workshop is the first in a series of offerings by the Career Development Program, co-sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Department and Gottesman Libraries, and focused on the academic career. Faculty will walk participants through the process of applying for academic positions, the materials needed, the calendar from application to interviews to offers, and some basic dos and don'ts.

    Christine Baron is an Assistant Professor of Social Studies and Education is a former high school history teacher and museum educator. Dr. Baron’s research focuses on examining historical thinking related to non-traditional texts and teaching and learning in informal settings.

    Mary Hafeli is a Professor in the Program in Art and Art Education and former fine arts dean. An active artist, her research focuses on the thinking and practices of artists and art students, approaches to studio teaching, and leadership in creative communities.

    Haeny Yoon is an Assistant Professor of Early Childhood in the Dept. of Curriculum and Teaching. Her work focuses on the intersection of play, literacy, and curriculum in classroom spaces.

    This workshop is designed for doctoral students in Arts and Humanities and Curriculum and Teaching. Other TC students may attend on a first come, first serve basis

    Please rsvp with your details to ahofc@tc.columbia.edu no later than Friday, September 9th.

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    Where: 306 Russell

  • Orientation for International Students, Tuesday, 9/13, 1-2pm


  • Partnering with the Office of International Services, we will give an overview of the Gottesman Libraries and guide students through key research resources and services, including Course Reserves, Learning at the Library, the Education Program, and tools developed by the Edlab.

    This orientation follows a general library tour, which international students also are encouraged to attend.

    Please rsvp with your details by Monday, September 12th.

    Where: 306 Russell

  • Dossier Materials: CVs, Monday, 9/19, 3:30-5pm


  • This workshop is the second in the series of offerings by the Academic Career Development Program, co-sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Department and Gottesman Libraries, and focused on the academic career. Participants should bring their own CVs to workshop. Faculty will offer recommendations for revisions and strengthening of materials.

    Christine Baron is an Assistant Professor of Social Studies and Education is a former high school history teacher and museum educator. Dr. Baron’s research focuses on examining historical thinking related to non-traditional texts and teaching and learning in informal settings.

    Mary Hafeli is a Professor in the Program in Art and Art Education and former fine arts dean. An active artist, her research focuses on the thinking and practices of artists and art students, approaches to studio teaching, and leadership in creative communities.

    Ansley Erickson is an Assistant Professor in the Program in History and Education. She studies the history of educational inequality in U.S cities.

    Haeny Yoon is an Assistant Professor of Early Childhood in the Dept. of Curriculum and Teaching. Her work focuses on the intersection of play, literacy, and curriculum in classroom spaces.

    This workshop is designed for doctoral students in Arts and Humanities and Curriculum and Teaching. Other TC students may attend on a first come, first serve basis

    Please rsvp with your details no later than Friday, September 16th.

    Where: 306 Russell

  • Workshop: Research, A-Z, Thursday, 9/22, 4-5pm


  • This workshop covers essential research tools: online catalogs, periodical indices, federated search engines, citation management tools, and more. We will show you different options for accessing full text, with tips and tricks to get you started and ease your pursuit of research and information.

    Please rsvp with your interest by Wednesday, September 21st.

    If you are unable to attend this session, please feel free to request an individual research consultation and/or suggest another time that may work better.

    Where: 306 Russell


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