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PROF-it: Professors in Training Seminar Teaching at a Community College Part II: CCBC (11/7)

Explore a unique opportunity to teach at the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC)

Postdocs and graduate students are invited to this interactive seminar, where Dr. 136 more words

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Postdoc Morning Coffee: "Developing a Teaching Portfolio" (10/29)

w/ Dr. Linda Hodges, Director – Faculty Development Center

Postdocs from all disciplines are encouraged to attend this workshop on “Developing a Teaching Portfolio.”

Teaching portfolios are increasingly expected of candidates who are applying for faculty positions. 64 more words

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How to improve your writing - Cover letters and more (10/16)

Come interact with the writing advisor from GSA

Join Deborah Kadiri as she hosts the PROMISE and Graduate Student Association Writing Workshop.

Thursday, 10/16/14, 4:30 – 6:30 pm, UC 312

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Dissertation House: Employees & Non-Traditional Students (10/10)

Come! Work on your PhD (class, proposal, dissertation)

If you are an employee of UMBC (50% time or more) or a “Non-Traditional” student, and if you are working on your graduate school courses, proposal, or dissertation, then this event is for you! 163 more words

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Grad Students: "When Faculty Say 'X' ...." (10/10)

A seminar for graduate students with input from faculty

Each year, PROMISE and the Graduate School host a dinner seminar that
allows graduate students to ask questions of faculty. 180 more words

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UMBC ISD Now Forum: The Emerging Role and Skill Set of the Learning Professional (10/28)

Join Us for UMBC’s ISD Now Forum when guest speaker, Connie Malamed, will discuss “The Emerging Role and Skill Set of the Learning Professional.”

Join us to learn about: How changes in culture and technology affect the learning ecosystem, how the current and future workforce members can learn with new approaches to technology, and the new roles and skills that will be required by Learning and Development professionals. 19 more words

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New Procedures for Biosafety/Recombinant DNA Research

The Office of Research Protections and Compliance (ORPC) has created a presentation for faculty, students and staff to describe the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) research review and application procedures, inform investigators of their role and responsibilities in this process, and provide guidance to investigators on steps to transition from the current biosafety review process to the new IBC’s application and review procedures. 52 more words

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