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Developing teaching and presentation skills are measures of your development, whether you aim to teach, conduct research, or be a leader at a federal agency, a museum, or think tank. The Sheridan Center is an essential resource, dedicated to helping graduate students communicate to diverse audiences. The Instructional Technology Group, part of Computing and Information Services, is another resource for effective teaching and learning at Brown. 

Doctoral candidates can serve as teaching assistants, while limited teaching opportunities are available to master’s students as MTAs. Doctoral candidates can gain experience teaching in other settings through the Brown/Wheaton Faculty Fellows Program and the Brown-Tougaloo Partnership Faculty Fellows Program. Additional teaching opportunities are available through the University’s School of Professional Studies.