Centennial Center Teaching Workshops

Hosted by the Centennial Center for Political Science and Public Affairs, APSA’s Teaching & Learning Symposia provide a unique opportunity for faculty with similar teaching interests to present on timely substantive issues in the field, share best practices, and develop new teaching resources. Each symposium includes a series of roundtable presentations from each participant. One group of participants presents on specific teaching techniques they use in the classroom. Another group presents on contemporary substantive issues facing the field today. Symposium participants then spend the remaining time developing new teaching resources focused on specific issues and topics related to a particular subfield or area. Attendees come away from the event with new insights into teaching and research in their subfield, with concrete teaching resources that they can use in their own courses, and with a new network of colleagues equally dedicated to teaching. More details about the symposia, including future events, past agenda, and links to teaching resources developed during the symposia can be found here.

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Upcoming Teaching Workshops
The upcoming American Politics Symposium Call for Proposals can be found here and the application can be found here.

APSA is pleased to announce a call for proposals for 15 political scientists to participate in a three-week virtual teaching and learning symposium over the course of June 14 to July 1. APSA’s teaching symposia provide a workshop environment where people with similar goals can come together to share their own practices and research related to teaching and create new teaching resources for their courses. Led by Casey Dominguez (University of San Diego) and Keneshia Grant (Howard University), the theme of this symposium is American Politics.

The symposium on Race, Ethnicity, and Politics, the first in a series of symposia focused on Power and Politics, has been postponed to Spring 2022.