An Online Compendium: Council of Graduate Schools Professional Development Programs – CGS has compiled an online searchable database of existing professional development programs for STEM graduate students that draws from survey results, web research, and feedback from institutions.
Archer, L. (2008). Younger academics’ constructions of “authenticity”, “success” and professional identity. Studies in Higher Education, 33(4), 385-403.
Aspenlieder, E. & Vander Kloet, M. (2014). Listen Up! Be Responsible! What Graduate Students Hear About University Teaching, Graduate Education and Employment. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 44(3), 20-38.
Desjardins, L. (2012). Profile and labour market outcomes of doctoral graduates from Ontario universities. Statistics Canada: Tourism and Centre for Education Statistics Division. Ottawa, Canada: 1-107.
Dimitrov, N., Dawson, D.L., Olsen, K.C. & Meadow, K.N. (2014). Developing the Intercultural Competence of Graduate Students. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 44(3), 86-103.
Gilmore, J. (2010, March). An Exploratory Study of Factors Influencing the Development of STEM Graduate Students’ Teaching Skills. Paper presented at the National Association for Research on Science Teaching, Philadelphia, PA.
Kenny, N., Watson, G. P., & Watton, C. (2014). Exploring the Context of Canadian Graduate Student Teaching Certificates in University Teaching. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 44(3), 1-19
Le-May Sheffield, S., McSweeney, J.M., & Panych, A. (2015). Exploring Future Teachers’ Awareness, Competence, Confidence, and Attitudes Regarding Teaching Online: Incorporating Blended/Online Experience into the Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Course for Graduate Students. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 45(3), 1-14.
Osborne, B.J., Carpenter, S., Burnett, M., Rolheiser, C. & Korpan, C. (2014). Introduction from the Special Issue Editors. Preparing Graduate Students for a Changing World of Work. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 44(3), i-ix.
Parker, M.A., Ashe, D., Boersma, J., Hicks, R. & Bennett, V. (2015). Good Teaching Starts Here: Applied Learning at the Graduate Teaching Assistant Institute. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 45(3), 68-83.
Porter, S.D. & Phelps, J.M. (2014). Beyond Skills: An Integrative Approach to Doctoral Student Preparation for Diverse Careers. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 44(3), 54-67.
Postareff, L., Lindblom-Ylanne, S. & Nevgi, A. (2008). A follow-up study of the effect of pedagogical training on teaching in higher education. High Educ, 56, 29–43.
Rolheiser, C., Seifert, T., McCloy, C., Gravestock, P., Stewart, G., Greenleaf, E., Burnett, M., Carpenter, S., Pottruff, B., & McKean, S. (2013). Developing Teaching Assistants as Members of the University Teaching Team. Toronto: Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.
Starr, L.J. & DeMartini, A. (2015). Addressing the Needs of Doctoral Students as Academic Practitioners: A Collaborative Inquiry on Teaching in Higher Education. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 45(3), 68-83.
So You Want to Earn a PhD? The Attractions, Realities, and Outcomes of Pursuing a Doctorate (Maldonado, Wiggers, & Arnold, 2013)
Teaching Philosophies Reconsidered: A Conceptual Model for the Development and Evaluation of Teaching Philosophy Statements (Schonwetter, Sokal, Friesen, & Taylor, 2013).
Troop, M.A.C., Waller, L.E. & Aspenlieder, E. (2015). Developing Graduate Students’ Self-Efficacy with Learner-Centred Lecturing. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 45(3), 15-33.
Valuing and Evaluating Teaching in Academic Hiring: A Multidisciplinary, Cross-Institutional Study (Meizlish & Kaplan, 2008)
Denecke, et al., Professional development: Shaping effective programs for STEM graduate students (2017)
Connoly, M.R. et al. (2016). Building a better future STEM faculty: How doctoral teaching programs can improve undergraduate education.