Application for Teaching + Learning at the College Level, Spring 2017
Please complete this application if you are interested in participating in the Spring 2017 session of Teaching + Learning at the College Level (formerly College Classroom). This program is open to UC San Diego graduate students and postdocs (including project scientists). More details about the course and the selection criteria are available at http://commons.ucsd.edu/educators/programs-for-graduate-students/classroom.html.

The class will be on Wednesdays from 9-10:20am, beginning April 3rd and will run throughout the Spring 2017 Quarter.

Application deadline: 11:59pm March 25th, 2017.


Thanks for your interest in Teaching + Learning at the College Level .

Erilynn Heinrichsen
TA Professional Development Specialist
Program Director, Teaching + Learning at the College Level
UCSD Teaching and Learning Commons
erusso@ucsd.edu

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