Graduate TA Professional Development Training Orientation set for Friday, January 16, 12:30 to 1:50 in Nord 204.
At this orientation, staff will explain the options for this training program (UNIV 400A/B/C) and will enroll students in their choice.
For international students, the Spoken English Test is scheduled for Tuesday, January 20, Wednesday, January 21, and Thursday, January 22, 2015. We can test from 9:00 - 3 p.m., and will have sign-up sheets at the Orientation.
Pizza and bottled water will be served.
Questions: send an email to UNIV400@case.edu or call 216.368.5230.
UNIV 100: Essential Academic Strategies, is a non-credit five-week seminar that helps you develop ways to effectively manage your busy schedule, prepare for exams, take better notes, and enhance study skills—all in just one hour a week! The seminar will meet Thursdays from 4 to 5 p.m. and is facilitated by ESS staff. Session one of UNIV 100 runs weeks 2 through 6.
Enrollment is limited - so register through SIS today! Click here for more information.
The UTA Professional Development Conference will be held Sunday, January 25, 12:30 to 5 p.m. Attendance at the conference is required for all new UTAs. The conference will begin at 356 Nord. Light snacks and beverages will be provided. The conference, organized as a series of concurrent sessions, will address specific UTA roles: graders with office hours, graders without office hours, recitation leaders, and lab leaders.
UTAs should begin the hiring process by speaking with their TA supervisor to initiate the Student Employment paperwork. This paperwork should then be taken to Gloria Jenkins in Student Employment in Yost Hall. This paperwork should be completed prior to the conference on January 25.
Questions about UTA training should be directed to Judith Olson-Hammer at 368.5230 or at email@example.com.
Study Group +1 is an effective way to help CWRU students diversify and maximize their study time. This program is designed to enhance the learning experience for undergraduate students. Students can strengthen their understanding through discussion of course content in a peer tutor-supported study group of no more than 5 students. Study Group +1 can help students prepare for lecture, class discussion, a quiz or exam, or to work through a challenging homework assignment. Study Group +1 allows students to utilize their collective knowledge to achieve a shared academic goal: UNDERSTANDING! For more information, or to request a peer tutor for your Study Group, visit Study Group +1.
Learn about the SELPers, peer tutors from our Spoken English Language Program. SELPers meet individually with CWRU undergraduate, graduate and professional students, for up to an hour a week, throughout the week. Many of them are working on degrees in English, while some of them have backgrounds in technical communication or have science or engineering majors - but no matter what kind of educational focus they are working in, they all have been trained to help you with your spoken English needs!
To set appointments for the Spoken English Language Partners,sign in through TutorTrac.