As teaching assistants, presenters of research at conferences, future professors, or professional leaders, graduate students need to develop the skills to communicate to diverse audiences. The Harriet W. Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning is a place where faculty, graduate students and postdocs from across the disciplines come together to inquire about, explore and reflect upon teaching and learning as ongoing and collaborative processes.
The Sheridan Center offers:
- Programs on Teaching – orientations, workshops and lectures, yearlong certificate programs
- Free, Confidential Consulting Services – presentation consultations, course and syllabus consultations, classroom observations, student evaluation consultations, practice teaching sessions
- Support for Research - effective presentations, educational components of grants, scholarship on teaching and learning
- Professional Development - programs and resources to help instructors launch and develop their professional careers
- Teaching and Learning Resources - publications and online resources addressing a wide range of teaching and learning topics
- Community – programs and initiatives bringing together faculty, graduate students and postdocs from across the disciplines
Stop by and visit!
The Center is located in the Lippitt House at 96 Waterman Street and is open from 8:30-5:00 Mondays through Fridays during the school year and from 8:00- 4:00 during the summer.
To learn more about the Center and see a current calendar of events, visit the website.