SPRING 2023 INSTRUCTOR & FACULTY WORKSHOPS

The Writing in the Disciplines Program offers workshops, book groups, learning communities, writing groups, and writing retreats to all faculty and graduate students who teach. Register for each event by clicking the link following the event description.  If you are interested in a workshop but cannot make the times offered, interested in a topic that you don't see here, or would like programming tailored to your department, let us know.  To receive email announcements about upcoming events and other WID activities, join our mailing list.  WID is here to support you.  If our events don't fit your schedule, we are happy to meet with you one-on-one via Microsoft Teams or over the phone.  Contact WID or reach the director, Susanmarie Harrington, at smharrin@uvm.edu.

Learn more about our book groups and learning communties here, and learn more about our writing groups here. Single-session workshops are listed below and updated regularly. Some workshops are offered twice. You do not need to attend both unless otherwise indicated.

THE UVM CALENDAR DISPLAY SYSTEM IS CURRENTLY EXPERIENCING TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES. PLEASE VIEW THE CTL EVENTS CALENDAR FOR WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS AND REGISTRATION LINKS.

View past events.

Wed Feb 01 2023

  • Holly's book launch
    7:15pm - 8:15pm
    Radio Bean

    6:30-8:30

  • AI in Higher Ed: Let’s Chat About ChatGPT (Online Session)
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    Teams

    ChatGPT has renewed conversations about artificial intelligence in higher education. The prospects of AI-generated text raise questions about writing processes, assignment design, academic integrity, workflow efficiencies, and more. Join us for an open conversation about the ways AI text generation might affect you and your students.

    Sponsored by the Center for Student Conduct, Writing in the Disciplines, and the UVM Writing Centers

    Register Here: https://www.uvm.edu/ctl/event/ai-in-higher-ed-lets-chat-about-chatgpt-online-session/

Thu Feb 02 2023

  • AI in Higher Ed: Let’s Chat About ChatGPT (Online Session)
    2:45pm - 3:45pm
    Teams

    ChatGPT has renewed conversations about artificial intelligence in higher education. The prospects of AI-generated text raise questions about writing processes, assignment design, academic integrity, workflow efficiencies, and more. Join us for an open conversation about the ways AI text generation might affect you and your students.

    Sponsored by the Center for Student Conduct, Writing in the Disciplines, and the UVM Writing Centers

    Register Here: https://www.uvm.edu/ctl/event/ai-in-higher-ed-lets-chat-about-chatgpt-online-session-2/

Fri Feb 10 2023

  • Teaching-First Year Students: The Semester Ahead (In-Person)
    2:15pm - 3:15pm
    Howe 302D

    Join First-Year Seminar, Liberal Arts Scholars Program, English 002, and HCOL86 colleagues to discuss your questions and experiences regarding teaching first-year students and incorporating FWIL (WIL1) outcomes in your courses. This is the first in a series of Friday discussions for the spring semester; attend one, some, or all! In this session, we will check in to see how you are doing and what your thoughts/questions are for the coming semester. RSVPs are appreciated; drop-ins are welcome. Light refreshments provided.

    Facilitated by Holly Painter, WID Faculty Associate, co-sponsored by the CAS Dean’s Office
    Register Here: https://www.uvm.edu/ctl/event/teaching-first-year-students-the-semester-ahead/

Fri Mar 10 2023

  • Teaching First-Year Students: Rhetorical Discernment (In-Person)
    2:15pm - 3:15pm
    Howe 302D

    Join First-Year Seminar, Liberal Arts Scholars Program, English 002, and HCOL86 colleagues to discuss your questions and experiences regarding teaching first-year students and incorporating FWIL (WIL1) outcomes in your courses. This is the second in a series of Friday discussions for the spring semester; attend one, some, or all! In this session, we will check in to see how you are doing, answer your questions, and explore the Rhetorical Discernment FWIL Goal. RSVPs are appreciated; drop-ins are welcome. Light refreshments provided.

    Facilitated by Holly Painter, WID Faculty Associate, co-sponsored by the CAS Dean’s Office
    Register Here: https://www.uvm.edu/ctl/event/teaching-first-year-students-rhetorical-discernment/

Fri Mar 31 2023

  • Teaching First-Year Students: Substantive Revision (In-Person)
    2:15pm - 3:15pm
    Howe 302D

    Join First-Year Seminar, Liberal Arts Scholars Program, English 002, and HCOL86 colleagues to discuss your questions and experiences regarding teaching first-year students and incorporating FWIL (WIL1) outcomes in your courses. This is the second in a series of Friday discussions for the spring semester; attend one, some, or all! In this session, we will check in to see how you are doing, answer your questions, and explore the Substantive Revision FWIL \Goal. RSVPs are appreciated; drop-ins are welcome. Light refreshments provided.

    Facilitated by Holly Painter, WID Faculty Associate, Co-sponsored by the CAS Dean’s Office

    Register Here: https://www.uvm.edu/ctl/event/teaching-first-year-students-substantive-revision/

Fri Apr 28 2023

  • Teaching First-Year Students: Semester Wrap-Up (In-Person)
    2:15pm - 3:15pm
    Howe 302D

    Join First-Year Seminar, Liberal Arts Scholars Program, English 002, and HCOL86 colleagues to discuss your questions and experiences regarding teaching first-year students and incorporating FWIL (WIL1) outcomes in your courses. This is the second in a series of Friday discussions for the spring semester; attend one, some, or all! In this session, we will check in to see how your semester went and answer your questions. RSVPs required; lunch will be provided.

    Facilitated by Holly Painter, WID Faculty Associate, co-sponsored by the CAS Dean’s Office

    Register here: https://www.uvm.edu/ctl/event/teaching-first-year-students-semester-wrap-up-in-person/