West Virginia University's Academic Innovation - Teaching and Learning Commons recently produced four videos that faculty, teaching assistants, and others will find helpful.
Starting with "Undergraduate Research: Who? What? When? Where? How?" - Melanie Page, Assistant Vice President for Creative and Scholarly Activities at WVU, leads the panel and the discussion.
Second, Vagner Benedito, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biochemical Genetics at WVU, discusses grantsmanship for junior faculty in "Grantsmanship for Junior Faculty".
"Improve your Academic Application: Teaching Philosophy Statements and Teaching" with WVU Associate Professor, Michelle Richards-Babb.
Then finish with "Mentoring and Advising Graduate Students" hosted by Melanie Page and Associate Professor, Jim Siekmeier.
To find out more about our workshops view the full event calendar at: tlcommons.wvu.edu/Events/