Academic Workshops

Here is the video archive for the past academic workshops held by TCDC. 2019-2020  Comprehensive Exam Info Panel (Nov. 14th, 2019)  Panelist: Dr. Mirka Koro-Ljungberg (Professor & Director of doctoral programs), Stephanie Reid (4th-year LLT), and Luis Perez Cortes (3rd-Year

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Doctoral Student Survey

Dear doctoral students, Please fill in the survey below to let us know your experience at MLFTC. Here is the link for the doctoral student survey: https://asu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dmoWFG8dKzy7AYR Thank you! Hope everyone has a wonderful week ahead! TCDC  

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Workshop Series: Travel Workshop

The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College is introducing a Travel Workshop   Presenter: Daysi Ardon    When: Friday, September 27, 2019, at 2 pm to 3 pm Where: Farmer 146 or ZOOM  ZOOM Link: https://asu.zoom.us/j/101438771  This travel workshop will be a walk-through example for all graduate students. 

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Academic Writing Workshop 4/26

We had a great Academic Writing Workshop with Dr. David Carlson on April 26.  Huge thanks to Dr. Carlson and to everyone who attended.  We recorded the workshop, so click on the “read more” option to go to the full blog

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TCDC Research Conference, February 1!

The 5th Annual TCDC Research Conference is fast approaching!  Click on “read more” to see the program and to RSVP! Here is the program – TCDC Conference Program Everyone is invited to attend the conference, even if you are not

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Call for Proposals: 5th Annual TCDC Research Conference, February 1, 2019

The Teachers College Doctoral Council (TCDC) is excited to announce the 5th Annual TCDC Research Conference, to take place on Friday, February 1, 2019.   This event brings together students across multiple colleges and disciplines at ASU to discuss a broad range

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Ethnography in Education: Panel Discussion

March 22, 2018   11:30-1:30 in Farmer ED 226 Come learn about the different ways faculty and students use ethnography to support their education research! Brendan H. O’Connor is Assistant Professor in the School of Transborder Studies and Affiliated Faculty in

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