CTL Graduate Fellowship for Teaching Excellence

CTL’s Graduate Fellowship for Teaching Excellence program honors graduate students who are dedicated to excellent teaching and is designed to foster conversations about teaching to help graduate students develop as teachers. Graduate Fellows organize and facilitate teaching workshops in their departments and across the university, observe graduate students teaching and offer feedback, and meet regularly as a fellows group to discuss teaching practices.

Candidates for this fellowship must be nominated by their department; the call for nominations goes out to graduate chairs in the spring semester. For more information about the Graduate Fellows Program contact Bruce Lenthall.

2016-2017 GRADUATE FELLOWS FOR TEACHING EXCELLENCE

Noa Hegesh
East Asian Languages & Civilizations

Joseph Hoisington
Mathematics

Najnin Islam
English

Erika Kontulainen
German

Theo Lim 
City & Regional Planning

Elena Maris
Communication

Paul Mitchell 
Anthropology

Stan Najmr
Chemistry

Trishala Parthasarathi
Neuroscience

Rebecca Rivard
Cancer Biology

Shantee Rosado
Sociology

Jane Sancinito
Ancient History

SaraEllen Strongman
Africana Studies

Helen Teng
Nursing

Click here for full biographies of the CTL graduate fellows.

Full list of Past CTL Graduate Fellows