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Interactive Job Search Workshop

In developing your written credentials and preparing application materials for your job search, it is crucial to represent your professional experience, accomplishments, expertise, professional development experiences (e.g., CIRTL engagement) in the most impactful manner possible. For this session, participants are asked to bring their CV or a job application letter to this online workshop.  Materials will be swapped, peer reviewed and discussed in real time.  Learn how to write your way into an interview.

Job Announcement: Faculty Associate for Research Mentor and Mentee Training

The Wisconsin Institute for Science Education and Community Engagement (WISCIENCE) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is searching for an individual to join its Higher Education team. Read More »

Spring 2015 CIRTL Course Registration Starts Today

On Monday, November 24 at 12pm ET/11am CT/10am MT/9am PT, registration opens for the spring 2015 CIRTL online courses! See the course offerings and find the registration form at

Academic Job Search CIRTLCast

What does the first year as a faculty member hold for you? What tips, tools, and strategies might make both your first years’ teaching and research more effective and rewarding? If your first year is not in a tenure track position, how can you make the most of it?  Come hear from a panel of faculty as they reflect on how to have a successful first year of first year as an academic faculty member. 

CIRTL Network Featured in Report Proposing Broad Changes to Undergraduate STEM Education

The CIRTL Network was recently recognized as one of four national programs building institutional capacity to advance systemic change in a report released by the Coalition for Reform of Undergraduate STEM Education. 
The report comes from a two-day workshop hosted by the Coalition and American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in June 2013, according to a news release on the AAAS website (see below for link).
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