Teaching Fellows (TFs) are peer-learning facilitators who are nominated by faculty and trained by the CTL to provide ongoing learning support for all students.
Teaching Fellows hold regular, group-oriented drop-in hours Sunday through Thursday evenings and are available to all students. No need for an appointment; please see links on the left for specific hours and locations.
What we do
Teaching Fellows use a collaborative inquiry model to help students understand course content. They direct conversations, ask questions to challenge students and gauge students’ foundational knowledge, provide feedback, and suggest study strategies.
How it works
The Associate Director of the CTL oversees the program, in collaboration with Faculty Liaisons in each department. Lead Teaching Fellows are experienced Teaching Fellows who train and mentor new Teaching Fellows, and support the Associate Director in developing the program.
Interested in becoming a Teaching Fellow?
Students are nominated each year by faculty in their department, and are hired and trained by the Associate Director of the CTL and the Lead Teaching Fellows.
For more information about the Teaching Fellows, contact:
Associate Director, Center for Teaching and Learning