Teaching Mentors

A rigorous application process culminates in the selection of 32 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 teaching assistant program activities throughout the academic year and act as teaching consultants for the Graduate School.

Call for 2022 Teaching Mentors

 

2021-22 Teaching Mentors

Teddy Allor
Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and Composition
Katelyn Leets
Chemistry

Michael Ammoury
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Shewit Mikael
Communication and Rhetorical Studies
Jacob Bartholomew
Sociology
Jacob Moose
Chemistry
Rowan Bell
Philosophy

Morgan Noone
Architecture
Abigail Caselli
Psychology
Sadie Novak
Chemistry
Yener Cagla Cimendereli
Philosophy
Brian Odiwuor
Teaching and Leadership
Lauren Cooper
English
Michael O’Leary
Anthropology
Gemma Cooper-Novack
Reading & Language Arts
Fortune Ononiwu
Chemistry

Bess Davis
Political Science
Geraldine Petitedemange
Languages, Literatures, & Linguistics
Gianpietro Elias
Exercise Science
Dustin Satterfield
Sociology
Kelli Fisher
Museum Studies & Art History
Subhasree Sengupta
Information Studies
Lerie Gabriel
Writing Studies
Caitlin Smith
Human Development and Family Science
Ipshita Ghosh
Anthropology
Phillandra Smith
Teaching and Leadership
Kellan Head
Philosophy
Simon Vangel
English
Jeung Hyun Kim
Sociology
Lei Wang
Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation
Seth Knievel
Communication and Rhetorical Studies
Jared Whear
Geography