Supervising Graduate Students Remotely

Hosted by the Centre for Learning and Teaching​

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Supervising graduate students is an important and rewarding activity for many faculty members. How does the move to remote working and learning, affect these important relationships? In this panel we will discuss topics related to how the move to remote learning has impacted and changed the supervisory relationship, ways to promote good communication while online, and how to support graduate students in this new learning environment.   

Panelists

Dr. Megan Aston, School of Nursing
Dr. Jerry Bannister, Department of History and the Marine Affairs Program
Dr. Sophia Stone, Department of Biology

Moderator

Dr. Marty Leonard, Faculty of Graduate Studies

REGIST​​​ER

A link to join via Collaborate will be emailed to participants in the morning of the session. 

Category

Training & Professional Development

Time

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Location

Online via Collaborate Ultra

Contact

clt@dal.ca