From June 3-5 and June 10-12, 2019, one hundred first-time Graduate Teaching Fellows will assemble at the Graduate Center for the second Teach@CUNY Summer Institute. These students come from 22 doctoral programs at the Graduate Center, and this fall they will each begin three-year teaching appointments on eight campuses: Baruch College, Brooklyn College, City College, Hunter College, John Jay College, Lehman College Medgar Evers College, and Queens College.
The Institute has been designed by the staff of the Teaching and Learning Center, and will introduce and orient attendees to teaching undergraduates in the CUNY context. Our goal is to welcome these instructors into a community of scholars who are committed to teaching, and to connect them with methods, strategies, and pedagogies through which they can continue to build their identities as educators and scholars as they move forward in their graduate careers.
To learn more about last year’s Institute, see this video:
The TLC is grateful to The Charina Foundation, The CUNY Central Office of Student Affairs, The Graduate Center Office of Student Affairs, The Graduate Center Provost’s Office, and The Graduate Center Office of Institutional Advancement, and the Morgan Library and Museum for their strong support of this Institute, and to the Center for the Advanced Study in Education for collaborating on the design of an evaluation of the Institute.