Departmental Teaching Fellows Reception

Earlier this month we took some time to celebrate the Departmental Teaching Fellows who served their departments in the 2013-2014 academic year and to welcome those with whom we will be working in the 2014-2015 academic year.  We had a lot of fun and got some great photos!

John Kim

(John Kim, 2013-2014 DTF for Comparative Literature)

Emily McWilliams

(Exiting DTFs Patrick Rich, Emily McWilliams and Rowan Dorin share a laugh)

The Departmental Teaching Fellows program appoints experienced and creative TFs and TAs to focus on enhancing teaching in their disciplines by consulting with their peers within departments, advising individual instructors, and creating training programs, workshops, seminars, and other teaching-related projects.

Kelly

(Christine Zgrabik, 2013-2014 DTF for SEAS speaking with Kelly Miller, 2014-2015 DTF for SEAS)

Virginia Smile(Virginia Maurer, Bok Center Associate Director and Head of the Departmental Teaching Fellows Program)

A big thank-you to the those DTFs we had the pleasure of working with this year!  They include:

Eleni Arzoglou, Sociology

Brad Bannon, Religion

Dan Cervone, Statistics

Rowan Dorin, History

Justin Fifield, South Asian Studies

Ariel Fox, East Asian Languages and Civilizations

Alexis Harrison, Bok Center

Michael Heller, Music

Emily Jacobs-Palmer, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

John Kim, Comparative Literatures

Joseph Lee, Global Health

Emily McWilliams, Philosophy

Rebecca Miller, Classics

Nicole Noll, Psychology

Sierra Petersen, Earth and Planetary Sciences

Philipp Penka, Slavic

Joana Pimenta, Visual and Environmental Studies

Cian Power, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

Margaret Rennix, English

Patrick Rich, Linguistics

Emily Russell, Physics

Aubry Threlkeld, Women and Gender Studies

Kris Stella Trump, Government

Funlayo Wood, African and African American Studies

Christine Zgrabik, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

We also welcome those DTFs we look forward to working with this fall!  Though some of these DTFs are returning, we would like to welcome:

Joelle Bitton, Global Health

Gabriel Bujokas, Mathematics

Tarryn Li-Mun Chun, East Asian Languages and Civilizations

Elizabeth Craft, Music

Eleanor Craig, Religion

Justin Fifield, South Asian Studies*

Elena Fratto, Comparative Literatures

Emily Jacobs-Palmer, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology*

Thomas Hooker, History

Amy Koenig, Classics

Paul Loschak, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Maria Metzler, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

Jonathan Mijs, Sociology

Kelly Miller, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Mary Moore, Earth and Planetary Sciences

Joana Pimenta, Visual and Environmental Studies*

Margaret Rennix, Bok Center*

Nicholas Schade, Physics

Zeynep Soysal, Philosophy

Stephen Tardif, English

Aubry Threlkeld, Women and Gender Studies*

Kris Stella Trump, Government

Yimei Xiang, Linguistics

* Returning

 

 

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