Program in Graduate Student Supervision
PGSS Winter 2019 for Memorial Faculty
The Program in Graduate Student Supervision (PGSS) is designed to provide an introduction for faculty to important aspects of graduate student supervision. The purpose of this program is to review the literature on graduate student supervision and to help you reflect on your practice as a graduate supervisor.
The program is offered in a blended format over the period of nine weeks. Participants interact with the content through a Brightspace course site and participate in four 90 minute synchronous sessions.
Specifically, this program will serve to support professional development of faculty at Memorial University on effective graduate supervision in hopes of reducing time-to-completion rates and program attrition, and increasing optimal student outcomes.
This program aims to better prepare you for supervision by:
- Reviewing influential supervisory frameworks
- Highlighting specific indicators of effective supervisors
- Providing supervision recommendations for distinct graduate student populations (i.e., cross-cultural students), and
- Providing resources for effective supervision practices.
Topics investigated in the program include:
- Models of Supervision
- The Supervisory Relationship
- Attributes of Effective Supervision
- Cross-cultural Supervision
We predict that participants will need to spend 12 to 14 hours in order to complete the program.
Winter 2019 Program
PROGRAM CAPACITY HAS BEEN MET FOR WINTER 2019 & REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
The Program in Graduate Student Supervision is offered in a blended mode of delivery. In order to make it as effective and efficient as possible, the majority of the program will be provided through a facilitated online format. This means that a facilitator will participate in the discussions to encourage participation by every member of the group, and to offer feedback on the various discussion topics.
Online modules will be available in Brightspace starting February 18, 2019.
Face-to-Face sessions are scheduled as follows:
Session #1: Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Session #2: Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Session #3: Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Session #4: Wednesday, April 17, 2019
All face-to-face sessions will take place from 10:00am - 11:30am in ED1001 (GA Hickman - Education Building).
The program is free and participants will receive a certificate of completion upon successfully finishing.
THERE IS A WAITLIST FOR THIS PROGRAM.
Please contact CITL through Jennifer Moran or call 864-3028.
Please be prepared to provide the following information:
• Faculty or School
• Brightspace Username (my.mun.ca)