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Winter 23–24 TEACH U-Symposium

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The TEACH U-Symposium is a half-day, online, professional development event where you decide what will be offered. It will occur on Friday, January 5, 2024, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.  This event is your chance to share information, connect with peers, and find support for the challenges and opportunities you care about most. Our team will prepare to facilitate discussions and information sessions during the symposium on the most requested topics.

This event will include a keynote address by Professor Lanier Anderson, interim vice provost for undergraduate education.

Register to attend

All Stanford faculty, instructors, staff, TAs, and students interested in teaching and learning are encouraged to attend. This event is limited to Stanford affiliates only. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom link for the TEACH U-Symposium. 

Register to attend

Format and schedule

This event is inspired by the "un-conference" format where the event attendees select discussion topics. This format can adapt to the wide range of interests among our diverse audiences. In this fully online event, you can move freely between multiple discussion tables in two rounds. You are welcome to participate in all or part of the event. 

You are welcome to participate in all or part of the event. If you are attending just a part of the event, we encourage you to join a session at the beginning of the time blocked on the schedule below.

Schedule for TEACH U-Symposium on Jan. 5, 2024
9:00–9:15Welcome and orientation to the event
9:15–9:30Ice-breaker activity
9:30–10:15Keynote address by Lanier Anderson
10:15–11:00Round 1 of open discussion tables
11:15–12:00Round 2 of open discussion tables

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