Departmental Teaching Fellows

The Departmental Teaching Fellows program appoints experienced and creative TFs and TAs to focus on enhancing teaching in their disciplines by consulting with their peers within departments, advising individual instructors, and creating training programs, workshops, seminars, and other teaching-related projects. Departmental TFs also benefit from the professional development they receive in the form of training and mentoring from the Bok Center, collaboration with their departmental faculty and administrators, and collaboration with one another on multidisciplinary projects. These positions are equivalent to other teaching appointments, with the same compensation and time commitment as teaching one to two sections per semester in the department.

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2016-2017 Departmental Teaching Fellows

Jasmine Hu

Departmental TF in Comparative Literature
Jasmine is a PhD candidate in Comparative Literature, working primarily on lyric poetry of the late Tang dynasty and issues of performance and gender.

Kyle Shernuk

Departmental TF in East Asian Languages and Civilizations
Kyle is a G5 in the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations (EALC) studying contemporary Chinese literature and culture.