Workshop: CDP: Dossier Materials: Cover Letters, Monday, 10/30, 3:30-5pm

We are pleased to offer the following workshops in October:

  • Career Development Program: Dossier Materials: Cover Letters, Monday, 10/30, 3:30-5pm


  • This workshop is the third in a 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 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.

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

    James E. Purpura is Professor of Linguistics and Education in the Dept. of Arts and Humanities. His research focuses on language assessment with specific interests in L2 test validation, the assessment of grammar and pragmatics, the cognitive underpinnings of L2 test performance, and learning-oriented assessment approaches to scenario-based assessment in classroom and large scale assessment contexts.

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

    Please rsvp with your interest and details by Friday, October 27th.

    Where: 306 Russell

  • Career Development Program: Dossier Materials: CVs, Monday, 10/2, 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.

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

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

    Please rsvp with your details.

    Where: Russell 306

  • Who's Citing Whom?, Monday, 10/9, 3-4pm


  • Who's Citing Whom? is a workshop covering citation searches for scholarly journals, books, book series, reports, conferences, and much more. If you need to find the most highly cited articles and authors; are curious about who has cited you, or is writing on a similar topic; or wish to explore the impact factor for journals in your field, then join us!

    In this session you will learn some tips and tricks as discover your preferences in using key citation tools, namely: Web of Science, Scopus, Google Scholar, and ISI Journal Citation Reports.

    Check out our rhizr, Who's Citing Whom?.

    Please rsvp via online support with your details by Friday, October 6th.

    Where: 302 Russell

  • Get Lit! Conducting the Review, Thursday, 10/26, 3-4pm


  • A review of literature is an essential step in the process of writing a thesis or dissertation, or any paper for publication. It asks that you read and critique articles, books, and other sources that have already been written on your topic or related topics. In the process, you are required to find sources and evaluate the best way to focus your research so that you can contribute to a body of scholarly literature.

    We will assist you in locating the sources you need to conduct your review of the literature and offer some basic guidance on the steps past research -- namely, presenting and organizing your material.

    Check out our rhizr, Get Lit! Conducting the Review, and please rsvp with your details no later than Tuesday, October 24th.

    Where: 306 Russell

  • Introduction to Wearables, Friday, 10/27, 4-5:30pm


  • This is an introductory course in which students will gain an understanding of the circuit technology used in clothing design to create e-textiles. Students can expect to come away with a basic knowledge of completing circuits, conductivity, and resistance. During the workshop, students will learn how to integrate these technologies and materials to design an interactive t-shirt.

    This workshop is resented by Wearable Media as part of the Future Textile Library, an exhibition at the Gottesman Libraries that explores the intersection of fashion, e-textile design, and computational technology.

    Please rsvp (Logan@tc.columbia.edu) with your interest.

    Where: Second Floor


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