CTE Graduate Student Appreciation Campaign

Graduate Student Appreciation Week seeks to emphasize the contributions, impact and value of graduate and professional students on campuses throughout the United States. Graduate Student Appreciation Week is celebrated the first week of April each year. The Center for Teaching Excellence wishes to acknowledge all graduate students with teaching roles and responsibilities with this giveaway. You all make Duquesne a place where teaching is valued, students are centered at our work, and where we build community with our expertise and passions. 

One entry allowed until Friday, April 9 at 12 PM EST when the poll closes. Winners announced April 13. . 

Enter the giveaway for your chance to win!

Earn an Inclusive Teaching Certificate on CTE!

Edx.org Course & Certificate Fee

Teaching & Learning in the Diverse Classroom

This five-week, self-paced course was developed by the Cornell University. U.S.-based and higher education-centered, this is a five-module, self-paced course that offers an inclusive teaching framework with multiple entry points for reflection and exploration of the research on learning and diversity. Anchored in the lived experiences of students and instructors, including your own, we invite you to explore strategies for inclusive course design, student-centered pedagogical practices, facilitating learning across difference, and change efforts that support student engagement, achievement, and belongingness. Come with a course of your own in mind, and design for inclusion as you make your way through Teaching & Learning in the Diverse Classroom.

Enjoy the Outdoors on a CTE Stadium Blanket

  • 52" x 47" Polyester Fleece Plaid With Lining And Water-Resistant PE Backing

CTE Blanket

Add to Your Library! West Virginia Press Books (Pick Your Preference) 

  • The Spark of Learning: Energizing the College Class, by Sarah Rose Cavanagh
  • Radical Hope, by Kevin Gannon
  • Geeky Pedagogy, by Jessamyn Neuhaus
  • Intentional Tech, by Derek Bruff
  • Teaching about Race and Racism in the College Class, by Cyndi Kernahan
  • How Humans Learn, by Joshua Eyler
  • Reach Everyone, Teach Everyone, by Thomas J. Tobin
  • Ungrading, Susan D. Blum
  • Minding Bodies, by Susan Hrach

Enter the giveaway for your chance to win!