We offer regular workshops devoted to timely topics such as implementing various technologies in language teaching and preparing teaching portfolios and professional profiles.
Resources for Graduate Students
Our in-house workshops focus on preparation for teaching languages now and for jobs in the academy. CLS works with the Sheridan Center and Digital Learning and Design to help students in modern languages find resources they need. We liaise with professional organizations and the Career Lab to bring more perspectives as we support graduate students.
Graduate Students may enroll in language courses at any level. Please confer with your departmental DGS and reach out to the individual instructor for more information concerning placement and registration.
Brown offers courses appropriated for graduate students that target second language reading skills. Please refer to cab.brown.edu for such courses for Ancient Egyptian, German, Persian, French and Polish.
Graduate Students may in certain circumstances take language courses not offered at Brown at other IvyPlus institutions as part of the Exchange Scholar Program.
Please contact the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Thomas Lewis, who is the Brown contact for this program.