How to Succeed as a Graduate Supervisor
November 30 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
Prof John Peever, Professor, Cell & Systems Biology and Vice-Dean, Students, School of Graduate Studies
Prof Rene Harrison, Professor, Biological Sciences, and Vice-Dean Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies, UTSC
Prof Pamela Klassen, Professor & Chair, Department for the Study of Religion
Dr Michal Kasprzak, Assistant Director, Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation / Teaching Assistants’ Training Program
Dr Lynn Ossher, Associate Director, Centre for Graduate Professional Development, School of Graduate Studies
The How to Succeed as a Graduate Supervisor workshop is designed for pre-tenure faculty members and others who are new to a supervisory role at the University of Toronto. In this interactive session, you will learn:
- Key milestones and policies you need to know as a graduate supervisor
- Best practices in selecting and recruiting students, and matching research interests
- How to co-create student-centered academic plans and professional experiences
- How to document student progress and tips on providing effective feedback
- How U of T can support your development and success as a supervisor
This workshop will offer practical advice, grounded in discussion of realistic case studies of supervisory practice at the University of Toronto, and includes perspectives from peer faculty recognized for their outstanding graduate supervision.
Notes: This workshop is a repeat of the session previously titled “Building Success Across the Graduate Lifecycle.”
You will be asked to answer a few additional questions when you register.
We strive to create accessible event spaces that suit the needs of all attendees. If there are any accessibility concerns we can address, or if you have any questions regarding eligibility to attend please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-hosted by the Centre for Graduate Mentorship & Supervision and the Healthy Labs & Research Teams initiative at the School of Graduate Studies, and the Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation.