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Presented By: American Society for Engineering Education Student Chapter

Exploring the Teaching Side of Academia

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November 17, 4pm
Lurie Engineering Center, Johnson Room

Are you interested in pursuing a career in teaching or education after completing your graduate work? The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) student chapter invites you to attend our event on November 17, at 4 pm. We have invited speakers from across the University of Michigan with unique teaching roles to share more about their career. Each panelist will give a description of their role, how they spend their time, and their favorite and least favorite aspects of their jobs. We will then allow attendees to ask questions. We hope that this event will help students learn about the roles and responsibilities of different faculty careers, and explore what they might be interested in. If you are unable to attend in-person, you can also sign-up to receive a Zoom link. Please RSVP here:

Speakers include:
Dr. Rachael Schmedlen, Director of Academic Programs and Biomedical Engineering Lecturer
Dr. Audra Baleisis, CRLT Instructional Consultant
Dr. Neeraja Aravaudan, Co-Director at the Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning
Dr. Becky Matz, Research Scientist at the Center for Academic Innovation
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