Graduate Student Programming Overview
Our programming is designed for graduate students who are interested in teaching and learning and who are looking to further develop and improve their teaching practice. Through all of our graduate programming, there are many opportunities to learn new skills and techniques, gather and share knowledge, and network with like-minded individuals. This programming is lead by the Office of Teaching and Learning’s Graduate Programming Team, which is made up of an Educational Developer, a Senior Graduate Educational Developer and three Graduate Educational Developers.
We offer a wide range of programming. Our two major programming efforts are the University Teaching Foundations (Foundations) program and our annual Graduate Student University Teaching Day(s) (GSUTD). Foundations is a free teaching development program for graduate students at the University of Guelph. The completion of the Foundations programs includes workshops, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning journal clubs, networking events, and reflective writing.
To learn more about our programming:
Please email our Graduate Educational Developer Team (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your questions or to request to be added to our email list serv to receive emails about our upcoming programming and opportunities. You can also follow us on social media:
Twitter: Graduate Teaching Community
Our Instagram: Graduate Teaching Community