As Assistant Director, International Teachers and Scholars, Sarah plays a key role in the Bok Center's Professional Communication Program for International Teachers and Scholars, and provides workshops, seminars, consultations, and resources to all graduate students. With more than 10 years of experience working with multilingual scholars in the U.S., South Korea, and China, Sarah is excited to support multilingual scholars on issues related to academic and professional communication. Sarah specializes in helping individuals develop skills in oral proficiency, intercultural communication, and pedagogy so that they can feel confident and be successful in their roles as teachers and scholars. She coordinates the Bok Center’s Culture and Communication Consultants, undergraduates who act as course assistants for the Classroom Communication Skills seminar and who support international graduate students as language partners.
Sarah has received certificates in TEFL, TESOL, and as an ACTFL rater. She holds a Master of Arts in Humanities and Women’s Studies Certificate from Duke University and a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Religious Studies from the University of Pittsburgh.
Faculty, graduate students, and staff are welcome to book a 30-minute consultation with Sarah:
Cambridge, MA 02138