Become a University 101 Graduate Leader
Who is a University 101 Graduate Leader?
A University 101 Graduate Leader is second year Higher Education & Student Affairs (HESA) Masters student interested in learning how to effectively develop and teach a first-year seminar. By working with an instructor of University 101, graduate leaders engage in a practical learning experience where they attain course development and management skills and connect and apply concepts, skills, and theories studied in graduate coursework to their experience in the UNIV101 classroom.
How do I become a Graduate Leader?
Graduate students interested in becoming a graduate leader must attend the Graduate Leader Interest Session on November 22, 2013 and January 15, 2014. Please view the University 101 Graduate Leader Program Overview for more information on the roles and responsibilities of a graduate leader.
All graduate leaders must attend the spring training workshop on April 4, 2014 and a Team-Building workshop during the spring semester. Graduate leaders are also encouraged to enroll in a three-credit course, EDHE 834: Internship in College Teaching, the fall during which they serve to supplement their experience.
Interested in applying to serve during fall 2014? Click here to submit your application!