Graduate teaching fellow presents a workshop

The Office of Teaching, Learning & Technology and the Graduate College are pleased to introduce our inaugural 2016-2017 Graduate Teaching Fellows. 

  • Ranthony Edmonds, Mathematics Department – STEM Fellow
  • Meaghan Rowe-Johnson, Counseling Psychology Department – CIRTL Fellow
  • Kate Nesbit, English Department – Humanities Fellow
  • Reuben Vyn, Department of Teaching and Learning – Social Science Fellow

These four outstanding graduate students were selected from a large pool of candidates last spring and will work with the Center for Teaching and their home departments to create programming throughout the 2016-2017 academic year. 

Each fellow creates and facilitates a campus-wide pedagogy workshop for graduate students through the Center for Teaching. The fellows also work with their home departments to create a discipline-specific program or tool to help teaching assistants in their departments. 

Based on their own professional development experiences and interests, the Graduate Fellows engage in a year-long “capstone experience” which they will present in April at an end-of-year celebration open to the university community.  

In addition, with the support of Megan Knight, Senior Lecturer in Rhetoric, our teaching fellow faculty consultant, the Graduate Fellows are developing well-crafted teaching philosophy statements to include in their teaching portfolios.

Please visit the Teaching Fellows website to learn more about our teaching fellows and their project plans for this year. 

For more information about the graduate teaching fellows program, please email the Center for Teaching at

Graduate Teaching Fellows
Graduate Teaching Fellows are experienced graduate student instructors who design teaching related programming, assist with new TA training, and engage in a capstone experience based on their professional and career interests.