The C3/LADO visits to Columbia University, University of California–Berkeley, University of Chicago, and University of Michigan are designed to cultivate interest in liberal arts colleges and to introduce liberal arts college teaching opportunities to underrepresented graduate students.
Attended by graduate students, as well as LADO and R1 faculty and institutional leaders, these events provide a wealth of information about academic life at liberal arts colleges and the faculty job search process. Through shared meals, discipline-specific workshops, and drop-in Q&A sessions, attendees establish personal connections and discover opportunities for collaboration.
In Spring 2018, C3 and LADO held campus visits at UChicago (April 5 and 6) and UC Berkeley (April 16 and 17).
In Fall 2017, C3 and LADO visited the University of Michigan on October 2 and 3 and Columbia University on October 16 and 17. A prior Spring visit was held at the University of Chicago on April 6 and 7 (organized by UChicagoGRAD in conjunction with the GRADUCon career conference).
In Spring 2016, C3 and LADO held a campus visit at the University of Chicago on April 7 and 8. In Fall 2016, C3 and LADO visited the University of California at Berkeley, Columbia University, and University of Michigan campuses: UC Berkeley on September 26 and 27, Columbia on October 17 and 18, and Michigan on October 10 and 11.
C3 and LADO visited the University of California, Berkeley, on September 21 and 22. The Columbia University visit took place on September 28 and 29. For a complete schedule of events, download the C3 Campus visits flyer – Berkeley or 2015 Campus visits flyer – Columbia.
In Fall 2014, C3 and LADO visited the University of California, Berkeley, and Columbia University campuses: UC Berkeley on September 29 and 30, and Columbia on October 6 and 7. Download the University of California, Berkeley program or Columbia University program.
Two full-day workshops were held in the fall of 2013 at the University of California, Berkeley, and Columbia University: UC Berkeley on September 16 and 17, and Columbia on November 1. View the 2013 program of events.