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1 P rofessional Development * L ife Skills * A cademic Development * N etworking

2 Highlights Academies Workshops Mentoring Support & Accountability Groups Resources Special Events CSGS Grant

3 GTA Academy Highlights

4 GTA Academy Designing Activities, Assignments, and Projects to Stimulate Critical Thinking Strategies for Using Rubrics as a Form of Assessment Creating a Learning-Centered Syllabus Classroom Management Techniques Formative Assessment and Classroom Assessment Techniques Micro-Teaching Peer Feedback Constructing Your Philosophy of Teaching Statement Collaborative Student Learning Active Learning and Productive Discussions

5 GTA Academy College of Arts and Sciences19 College of Education and Human Development3 School of Medicine3 Kent School of Social Work2 Speed School of Engineering2 College of Business1 School of Music1 School of Nursing1 Total32

6 GTA Academy

7 GTA Academy Highlights 31 Students Better faculty integration Team-Based Learning Instructional Technology Micro-Teaching Increase in Retention

8 Grant Writing Academy Highlights

9 Grant Writing Academy Getting Started: Developing Your Idea and Finding Funding The Details: Developing Your Budget and Thinking About Compliance Issues Making the Argument: Writing the Proposal and Budget Narratives Workshopping Your Grant: Mock Peer Review Post-Award Grant Management

10 Grant Writing Academy Fall 2013Spring 2014 School of Medicine35 College of Education and Human Development34 College of Arts and Sciences107 Speed School of Engineering55 Kent School of Social Work13 School of Public Health and Information Sciences22 School of Business01 School of Nursing11 Total2528

11 Fall 2013 Grant Writing Academy

12 Grant Writing Academy Highlights First year Highly selective Improvements for the future Great feedback Next session: Spring 2015

13 Entrepreneurship Academy Highlights

14 Entrepreneurship Academy Spring 2014 Pilot Workshop this semester Introduction to Entrepreneurial Thinking Tuesday, April 15, 2pm-3pm Fall 2014 Four Sessions Advertising will begin in June Deadline late August

15 Workshop Highlights

16 Sampling of PLAN Workshops FallTeaching Toolbox Managing Grad School: Life as a Grad Student Conflict Management International Student Social The CV and the Resume: Whats the Difference? Fellowship & Grant Applications Power Literature Searching Academic Mock Interview Endnote SpringTime Management for Graduate Students More About Post-Docs Your Teaching Philosophy Statement IRB From the Inside Writing a Literature Review Diversity in the Classroom: How to Notice and Navigate Subtle Discrimination Women in Leadership Panel Peer Mentoring for Recruitment

17 PLAN Workshops By the Numbers ~47

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28 Students with High Attendance 16 students have attended 5 or more workshops 39 students have attended 3 or more workshops

29 Feedback Great idea to create a [career] series! This should be considered with all PLAN programs. I learned both the how and the why of creating the CV and the resume. Great perspective on graduate writing and tools offered. I really liked learning more about writing goals and obstacles to time management [and] the advice to make a backwards timeline. Great discussion of the benefits of peer mentoring and tools to start a program. I saw an excellent interview and great discussion afterward.

30 Mentoring Highlights

31 CEHD Mentor Orientation CEHD Orientation Urban Planning Masters Other Student Interest from: Public Health and Information Sciences Chemistry

32 Support & Accountability Groups

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36 Dr. Leonard Cassuto Social Events DGS Reading Group Alt-Ac Career Panel Career Colloquium Women in Leadership Panel Discussion

37 Next Steps Grant Entrepreneurship Academy Masters-Level Workshops Departmental Connections Expanding Peer Mentoring Programs Website and Resources Sciences Summer GTA Academy

38 So What? Efforts are based in research, experience, and expressed need, but we need YOUR expertise: What events would best benefit your students? How could you contribute to graduate student professional development? We need your continued support and promotion of the PLAN program. Thank you! Please feel free to contact me. or


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