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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.

To learn more about the teaching mentor position or how to apply, email the TA program Coordinator, Shawn Loner.

2017-18 Teaching Mentors

 

Camilla Bell,
Cultural Foundations of Education
Shanique Mothersill,
African American Studies
Adam Brett,
Religion
Christine Robillard,
Architecture
Andrea Catroppa,
History
Stella Rwanda,
Literacy Education
Hsiao-Wen (Vicky) Cheng,
Philosophy

Jennifer Sloane,
Psychology

Philip Claghorn,
Architecture

Jeremy Sloane,
Biology/Science Teaching

Ryan Curl,
Psychology
Yosung Song,
Special Education/Disability Studies
Valentin Duquet,
Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
Karrieann Soto,
Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and Composition
BEgglestonBrittany Eggleston,
Philosophy
Victoria Wambua,
Mathematics
Justin Freedman,
Teaching & Leadership
Christopher Waters,
Anthropology
Terese Gagnon,
Anthropology
Heather Waymouth,
Reading & Language Arts
Rachel Gettinger,
Mathematics
T.J. West, III,
English
Woosang Hwang,
Child & Family Studies
Henry Whitesides,
Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
LJaffeeLaura Jaffe,
Cultural Foundations of Education
Noah Wilson,
Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and Composition
Ahram Lee,
Counseling and Human Services
Theresa Yera,
Sociology
Nafiseh Majd,
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Ying Zhang,
Child and Family Studies
Caleb McWhorter,
Mathematics
Yue Zhang,
Human Development & Family Science