Participate in seminars and workshops
During the fall, spring, and summer semesters, we offer a series of seminars and workshops. Our seminars cover a variety of topics related to teaching, learning, and professional development as an educator. These seminars are interactive and synthesize teaching strategies and the research studies that support them. Our workshops give participants the opportunity to practice and receive immediate feedback on specific aspects of teaching.
Attending these seminars and workshops is free and does not require any prior or current teaching experience. However, space in these seminars and workshops is limited so you must register in advance.
Upon request, the Eberly Center can also present more tailored seminars and workshops for graduate students in an individual department or program. If you are interested in arranging this type of session, please contact the Coordinator of Graduate Programs.
99-701: College and University Teaching
The Eberly Center occasionally offers 99-701: College and University Teaching—a 6-unit, pass/fail course—that introduces graduate students to the topics of course and syllabus design, assessment, and instructional activities. The course appears on a student's Carnegie Mellon transcript.