The Department of Asian Languages and Cultures invites graduate students enrolled in the Ph.D. programs in Chinese, Japanese and LCA to submit proposals of courses to be considered for the offering in Summer 2019. Any topics on Asian Languages and Cultures can be considered. Please consult with Rania Huntington (Chair of Curriculum and Planning Committee) and/or Rachel Weiss (Undergraduate Advisor) to identify a suitable “topics” course number through which the proposed course can be offered. We consider a 4-week course offered either in-person, online, or hybrid/blended settings.
By mid-September, a faculty committee will review the proposals and identify courses that would attract a sufficient number of undergraduate students (the minimum of 15) and best suit the department’s needs. The committee will provide feedback for all the syllabi submitted so that you can revise them and include them into your portfolio for the future.
The proposal should include the following:
1) Cover letter, discussing why you think the proposed course fits the department’s needs and why you think you are qualified to teach the course.
2) Your CV
3) Course syllabus (please review https://teachlearn.provost.wisc.edu/course-syllabi/ to make sure you include all the necessary items).
Send your materials to Rachel Weiss firstname.lastname@example.org as email attachments.
If you have any question regarding this call, contact Rania Huntington (Chair of Curriculum and Planning Committee) and/or Junko Mori (Director of Graduate Studies).
Deadline: August 20, 2018