Teaching Mentors 2018-2019

A rigorous application process culminates in the selection of 28-34 outstanding individuals to be awarded a teaching mentor position.

Selected for their excellence in teaching and overall graduate study, and representing colleges and disciplines from across the university, the teaching mentors comprise the “core faculty” during the Teaching Assistant Orientation Program. The teaching mentors serve as small group leaders and mentors to approximately 300 new TAs each August. They also participate in the development and implementation of TA Program activities throughout the academic year and act as teaching consultants for the Graduate School.

2018-19 Teaching Mentors

 

Sule Aksoy
Science Teaching
Haejoo Kim
English
Nigar Altindis
Mathematics Education
Haejoo Kim
English
Jacob Bartholomew
Sociology
B. Lopez
Composition and Cultural Rhetoric
Camilla Bell
Cultural Foundations of Education
Caleb McWhorter
Mathematics
Rose Bell
Philosophy
Jacob Moose
Chemistry
Abigail Caselli
Psychology
Jessica Posega
Anthropology
Laura Clark
Architecture
Morgan Proulx
Psychology
Gemma Cooper-Novack
Reading and Language Arts
Emily Ripka
Chemistry
Courtney Dreyer
Communication and Rhetorical Studies
Shaundel Sanchez
Anthropology
Nneka Eke
Political Science
Rikki Sargent
Psychology
Gianpietro Elias
Exercise Science
Phillandra Smith
Teaching and Leadership
Elizabeth Elton
Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
Heather Waymouth
Reading and Language Arts
Camila Ferguson-Sierra
Nutrition Science and Dietetics
Tonya Wilson
Mathematics Education
Terese Gagnon
Anthropology
Duygu Yeni Cenebasi
Religion
Ipshita Ghosh
Anthropology
Anemone Zeneli
Teaching and Leadership
Kathleen Huber
Psychology
Ying Zhang
Child and Family Studies