ASPIRE is a professional skills development training program for Laurier graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Delivered by the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (FGPS) in conjunction with a range of university partners, the program provides a framework for housing a range of training and development opportunities and resources, including teaching. Chech out their website for a list of workshop opportunities.
The Diversity & Equity Office offers student related programming and support on the Brantford and Waterloo Campuses and Kitchener location.
FGPS administers the ASPIRE Program and offers select graduate student development opportunities, such as the 3 Minute Thesis Competition, which includes prepatory workshops. Check out their events listing for more information.
Open to all graduate students, teaching and instructional assistants, these workshops fall under the award winning ASPIRE program, and contribute to the two teaching certificates offered by the Centre for Teaching Innovation and Excellence (University Teaching Foundations Certificate (UTF) and University Teaching Certificate (UTC)). The workshops are offered at the Waterloo and Brantford campuses.
Through workshops and resources, the IDO is committed to offering support to students, teaching staff, and faculty to contribute to the development of intercultural communication competencies at Laurier; enhance the conditions of success for international/immigrant students; support Laurier instructors who are teaching international/immigrant students; support international instructors and teaching staff who are teaching in the Canadian classroom at Laurier; and assist faculty who wish to internationalize their curricula at the course and program level. Check out their offering of teaching assistant and graduate student development opportunities, under their workshop link.
The goal of the writing centre program is to offer individual and in-class writing support for all students and faculty at Laurier. We work with all students, undergraduate and graduate, to help them enhance their academic writing. The key principle of the program is to support the writing that goes on in the classroom in a way that helps students and faculty achieve their academic goals. Check out their website for workshop listings and online resources.