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Online Proposal Form

This year we are piloting different options for teaching an interterm class. In addition to the usual 10 hour course, you may choose instead to lead a workshop to run for a minimum of two hours up to a maximum of 10 hours, all of which must fall within the Interterm period, January 4-24.

The deadline for proposals is October 21, 2016. Please provide all the information that applies to you.

Please provide all the information that applies to you.

Full name
Smith ID number
Phone
E-mail
Address during winter break
City
State
Zip
Campus Box # (students)
Campus Address (faculty/staff)
I am ...

 

Course or Workshop Information

 

Title of proposed course or workshop (should not exceed 12 words)

Type of Class

Workshop (2-4 hours)
Standard class up to 10 hours in one week
Standard class up to 10 hours in two weeks

 

Time Range

Indicate in Course Proposal section (below) your preferred dates offered within the Interterm period, January 4-24.

Mornings
Afternoons
Evenings
No preference (give me any time slot)
Maximum enrollment
Estimated cost per student for materials: photocopying, art supplies, etc. Itemize, be specific
Type of space needed for the class: Seminar room, dance studio, etc.
Special requirements for room equipment: Overhead projector, TV monitor, floor mats, etc.

Course or Workshop Proposal

Cut and paste your course or workshop proposal into this text box. Your course or workshop proposal should not exceed 300 words. IMPORTANT: You must indicate the dates the course or workshop will be offered.

Brief Course or Workshop Description

Please write a brief course or workshop description (50 to 100 words), which will appear verbatim on the Web site if your course or workshop is selected.

Personal Statement

Please write a brief personal statement. Your personal statement should give us an idea of why you are qualified to teach the course or workshop.

 

Do you have questions or need advice about how to write your proposal? Contact Tina Zaengle, tzaengle@smith.edu.