CTI Graduate Teaching Fellows

The CTI Graduate Teaching Fellowship provides graduate students with an opportunity to design and implement teaching programs, events, and resources that foster teaching excellence and innovation. Participants will develop leadership and mentorship skills, reflect on and refine their teaching skills, enhance their communication skills, and foster collaborative, interdisciplinary teaching networks across the university.

Find more information about eligibility and the application.

2018-2019 Fellows

Kacie Armstrong, Psychology
Lisa Avron, Science and Technology Studies
Alexandra Cooperstock, Sociology
Sara Davis, Natural Resources
Brian Ernst, Chemistry
Kiley Foster, Near Eastern Studies
Lauren Genova, Chemistry
Athanasiou Geolas, Architecture
John Wyatt Greenlee, Medieval Studies
Lauren Griffin, Sociology
Heather Guetterman, Nutrition
Lina Hernandez, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Liz Kreitinger, Natural Resources
Eugene Law, Soil and Crop Sciences
Alex Lenoble, Romance Studies
Aravind Natarajan, Microbiology
Florencia Schlamp, Molecular Biology and Genetics
Sarah Snyder, Biomedical Engineering
Nidhi Subramanyam, City and Regional Planning
Krithika Vachali, English
Bram Wallace, Center for Applied Mathematics