Departmental Guidelines, Policies, and Resources

R&C Course Description Guidelines for Comparative Literature

Team Teaching Guidelines

Checklist for R&C Syllabi to be submitted with your syllabus each semester

Current GSI Application

GSI Absence Policy

Information on GSI Observations

A set of teaching tasks and a timeline to prepare for the semester ahead

Resources from the Comparative Literature Pedagogy Workshops 

A lesson plan for drafting community guidelines or a class constitution


Campus Resources for GSIs

The Art of Tutoring Writing program, where R&C students can sign up for discipline-specific tutoring. The tutors are upper division undergraduates trained specifically in R&C pedagogy in Comparative Literature

The GSI Teaching & Resource Center hub

The Gold Folder as well as the Students of Concern Committee, where you can submit a care report

Graduate Student Inclusivity Training Program

Daniel E. Koshland Jr. Fellowship in the Art of Teaching Writing

Daniel E. Koshland Jr. Course Development Grant

Daniel E. Koshland Jr. Professional Self-Development Grant

Graduate Student Assessment Fellowship through the Center for Teaching & Learning