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Collegewide Graduate Assistant Colloquium on Teaching and Learning

Wednesday, August 22 & Thursday, August 23, 2018

  • Registration coming Spring 2018

If you have any problems with registration, please contact us at (315) 470-6817

The Graduate Assistant Colloquium on Teaching and Learning describes the culture and expectations of ESF; outlines instructional survival skills and specific teaching-related skills necessary to function effectively as a GA; highlights some of the people and units who provide leadership and support to GA efforts; and introduces professional skills and resources that will endure beyond the ESF graduate assistant experience.

people at meeting

  • "Overall, an excellent orientation. I feel welcomed and respected, and that makes me more enthusiastic as a GA."
  • "The Colloquium was a great experience! It provided me with needed confidence, a place to air my concerns, and names of people to turn to for help. Thanks for all the effort!"
  • "Enthusiasm was contagious. I truly enjoyed and learned during the two days. As a returning student, the program brought back the ESF sense of community."
  • "Almost every possible aspect & topic was covered. It was packed with info. I feel motivated to succeed in a job which I feel is very important. Food was Great!!!
  • "I'm still nervous about being a GA, but not as bad as when I first started the session. It helped me realize that the GA is respected by the students as long as the GA is organized, prepared, honest and objective."

Past Colloquia

Resources for Colloquium Fellows