Join us on Feb. 4 for a workshop focusing on understanding the needs of Latinx/Hispanic students in dealing with academic and career experiences at Pitt. Panelists will share their experiences in graduate school and discuss how faculty can better accommodate teaching and mentoring styles to meet diverse students' expectations and needs. Please register online to attend.
Faculty Seminars are educational experiences designed exclusively for faculty to deepen and enrich their teaching practice by focusing on an aspect of their teaching. The learning communities operate as a cohort and give faculty access to a community of practice that nurtures their teaching while focusing on research-guided principles. Visit our website to learn more and apply.
Like most other public forums, it’s possible to have a person (who may or may not be invited) disrupt an event that’s meant to bring people together. To help combat this in the remote environment, authors at Zoom Blog created a list of settings to consider that will help keep your sessions free from "crashers" and uninvited guests. Some tips include:
- Not publishing your personal meeting ID for public events.
- Preventing attendees from sharing their screens.
- Password protecting your meeting or allowing only signed-in users to join.