Posts tagged with “Advising & Mentoring Students” (All posts)

February 13, 2024 – Teaching with Students: Strategies for Training and Supervision

20 February 2024

Many offices, departments and individuals across campus involve student workers in a variety of ways in their teaching and academic support programs. These include TAs, tutors, prefects, consultants, facilitators, and…

November 7, 2023 – Student Well-Being: Exploring Challenges, Opportunities, ans Support Systems at Carleton

27 September 2023

Challenges to student well-being are greater than ever before.  This panel will explore the topics of student well-being and engage the audience in potential strategies to increase capacity for supporting students…

October 10, 2023 – Considering A&Is From Students’ Perspectives

27 September 2023

The LTC has hosted several faculty-focused sessions about the Argument and Inquiry seminars in the last few years, but what do we know about students’ experiences A&I courses?  As they…

October 3, 2023 – Funding Experiential Education

27 September 2023

Experiential education encompasses internships, fellowships, research, and independent exploration. Students often ask faculty and staff for guidance on what they can do and how to fund their experiences. This session…

May 2, 2023 – Considering A&I

3 May 2023

As the only course required for every Carleton student, A&Is carry a lot of weight in the Liberal Arts curriculum. But what exactly are A&Is, and what do we want…

Jan 17, 2023 – Career Education at Carleton and Beyond

19 January 2023

How do we enable students to articulate the value of their liberal arts education? In what ways do we encourage students to identify the skills and attributes they are developing…

May 10, 2022 – Career Center Collaborations

27 May 2022

Students often approach faculty members looking for career advice. The Career Center offers to help out, but where do you start? What are your options? In this session, several faculty…