The best prof meetings for teaching?
Scott D. Russell
srussell at ou.edu
Fri Feb 26 17:48:43 EST 1999
Further Gary's comments, a TOC of Gordon Uno's "Handbook on Teaching
Undergraduate Science Courses: A Survival Training Manual" is available on
the Web. The URL is:
The full text of the book will be available from Saunders College Publishing
(details are on the webpage).
One site on the web that would be worth looking at is "How to Get a Teaching
Job at a Primarily Undergraduate Institution" by Malcolm Campbell, Davidson
College. This is on the FASEB server at URL:
It is too bad that these type of resources are not easier to find on the Web.
In article <email@example.com>, gkuleck at POPMAIL.LMU.EDU
(gary kuleck) wrote:
> In addition to professional meetings, it might be to her advantage
> some of the regional and or national undergraduate research meetings.
>This would provide an opportunity to see
>what undergraduate students do at undergraduate institutions(and therefore
>wha are the level of resources available at such schools) and the faculty
>in attendance are those who
>take a strong interest in undergraduate activities. Furthermore, not only
>can these faculty offer
>insight on these kind of jobs but also they will be the ones making the
>choice on new hires. Some of the
>meetings of interest are the Annual National Undergraduate Research
>Conference (NCUR) and a variety
>of others, often associated with professional societies.
> She might also want to obtain a copy of "Handbook on teaching
>Undergraduate Courses-a survival
>traing manual' by Gordon Uno which may be available from NSF which offers a
>great deal of savvy
>advice in job hunting and in understanding how the undergradute
>>I have a talented new PhD student with a strong interest in ultimately
>>getting faculty position emphasizing teaching, probably at an
>>undergraduate institution. With this in mind, I'd like to have her attend
>>professional meetings where she will make the most valuable contacts for
>>the job search. I would like to hear your recommendations!
>>I usuaIly attend Plant Physiology (abstracts due Monday!), but the
>>Botanical Society of America looks good also. Her work is in plant
>>physiology with a soupcon of agriculture and a dash of systematics.
>>Thanks for your help
>>Dept. of Horticultural Sciences
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