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Starting the Process
A faculty member leading a SAGES Seminar develops a syllabus that draws on her/his particular strengths and interests as a teacher and scholar. To develop a seminar, think of a topic that you want to use...
With enrollment limited to 17 students, First Seminar promotes active engagement and discussion, allows students to learn from one another and from the professor, and offers a vigorous introduction to academic inquiry at the university level. Like all SAGES classes, First Seminar is writing intensive. The seminar...
The SAGES office provides a number of resources for seminar leaders.
Before each semester, SAGES offers an orientation for all seminar leaders and writing instructors. All faculty are welcome, but those new to SAGES are especially encouraged to attend. In these orientations, faculty learn best practices for helping students meet...
Faculty who lead SAGES seminars have the opportunity to introduce students to new ideas and ways of thinking about the world. To learn more about our current faculty and the exciting seminars they offer, check out our faculty profiles, as well as our list of course offerings.
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2018-2019 Academic Year
Please read these instructions carefully. When you are ready to submit your portfolio and you have gathered the required materials, click here to go to the SAGES Portfolio Submission Form.
After the completion of your second University Seminar, you will compile a Writing Portfolio and submit it to...
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