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PIE Coffee Hour & Teaching Workshop: Supporting Students with Diverse Needs

Supporting Students with Diverse Needs 

Description: A panel of professionals from across the university who work to support students with unique circumstances including veterans, minority students, non-traditional students, and student-athletes will give insight and advice on how graduate assistants and instructors can best support diverse needs in and outside of the classroom, followed by open Q&A.

Workshop Coordinators: Ellie Magill, and Jessi Grace, PIE Teaching Associates

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Date and Time: Thursday, 1/23, 3:00-4:30pm

*Free pie & coffee  included, thanks to the FSU Congress of Graduate Students (COGS)!

Join colleagues from across campus discuss strategies and techniques that promote excellence in teaching and learning - bring  questions, concerns, and ideas. These workshops count towards the PFF and/or PFP Certificates, as well as the Advanced PIE Teaching Training Recognition.

Thursday, January 23 at 3:00pm to 4:30pm

Honors, Scholars and Fellows House (HSF), The Nancy H. Marcus Great Hall, 4th floor
127 Honors Way, Tallahassee, FL

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Training and Development, Workshops & Seminars

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Administration, Provost/Academic Affairs, The Graduate School, Program for Instructional Excellence (PIE)


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Dr. Lisa Liseno

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