Support for teaching assistants (TAs) and grad students
Whether you're a new or an experienced TA, we will help you achieve your professional development goals.
- The TA training program promotes your skills development, including bi-annual conferences and ongoing workshops.
- An in-department mentor (TAC) can answer your questions about your role as a TA.
- Support for international TAs helps to familiarize you with the Canadian classroom and Canadian culture.
- The Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (LATHE) certificate program prepares you to teach effectively in higher education and to compete in the academic job market.
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Whether you've hit the thesis wall or want to develop your academic communication skills, our academic support services and programs can help.
- The Centre for Academic Communication (the CAC, formerly The Writing Centre) can answer your questions on academic integrity and classroom expectations.
- One-on-one coaching from experienced writing tutors to help you plan out your thesis/dissertation writing and revision.
- Support for international graduate students, including help understanding North American academic expectations.
- Workshops on teaching dossier development and teaching skills.
- Teaching assistant support.