This will be an information session about Third Option settings in which GDR students still needing to fulfill their TATTO requirements can do so. Please read the information below carefully – including when a Third Option should be done. For full information, check the GDR website under “Info for Current Students” – then “GDR TATTO Assistantships, Associateships, Third Option.
Allen Tullos, the Co-Director of the new Center for Digital Scholarship will explain a number of options for student placements. Elizabeth Hornor will explain possibilities for doing a Third Option through the Carlos Museum. Elaine Justice will explain an option involving a journalistic blog on religion at Emory.
Professors Bobbi Patterson, Jennifer Ayres, and Pam Hall.
The teaching dossier is often required of applicants for teaching positions.
Panelists will discuss the components of a good teaching dossier, including the teaching philosophy statement, sample syllabis, and sample assignments and evaluations.
The goal of the GDR Professional Development series is to assist students in navigating academic culture effectively and with less anxiety.
A panel discussion on "Public Scholarship and the Study of Religion". This event will be held on Tuesday, September 24, 4:00-5:30 pm. Esteemed panelists will be Dr. Gary Laderman and Dr. Brent Strawn, who will make remarks and hold a discussion of the ethical value, contexts, and ethical challenges of doing public scholarship bearing on the study of religion. Location: Callaway C203
A panel study on "Human Subjects Work and the Study of Religion." This event will be held on Friday, February 28, 2-3:30 pm. Esteemed panelists will be Dr. Joyce Fleuckiger and Dr. Emmanuel Lartey, who will make remarks and hold a discussion about the value, ethical contexts, and ethical challenges of human subjects work within the study of religion. Location: TBA.