Additional Campus Resources for Graduate Students
The Center works in conjunction with other areas of the University to prepare Graduate Instructors to become future faculty. In addition to our Workshops and Seminars, Consultation Services, and our Certificate in Teaching, we recommend the following resources.
Graduate student affairs provides advice for entering the academic job market, including CV review, practice interviews, advice on campus visits and negotiating an academic job offer. GSA also supports graduate students through the fellowships, grants and exchange programs processes as well as the Family Resources Center.
ASTS educates students and faculty on various technologies that can be incorporated into the classroom. One important resource, Chalk, is the most common framework for instructors to develop and disseminate course materials to students.
The disability services office provides support, resources, and accomodations to all students at the University with disabilities.
The University's Center for Diversity and Inclusion works to foster diversity across campus and support students, staff, and faculty. Their website collects information about units on campus that support diversity as well as resources for students.
OMSA supports the academic success of students of color at the University of Chicago and works to build an inclusive campus community.
LGBTQ Student Life serves lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, queer, and questioning students and allies from across the University in order to create an inclusive and safe community, providing educational, social, and professional opportunities and resources.
This office connects students of every faith to resources on campus and in the community at large, including student groups, places of worship, and events.
SCS supports the mental health of students, faculty and staff across the University. This office can be a great resource for anyone affiliated with the University as its professional staff is dedicated to the well being of all patients they see throughout the year.
The ELI offers year-round English language and cross-cultural programming to students, post-docs, and visiting students and scholars for whom English is an additional language.