The Bok Undergraduate Pedagogy Fellows (UPF) program was created with the goal of improving access, equity, and inclusivity in learning experiences by facilitating connection between undergraduates, graduate Teaching Fellows, and instructors. UPFs are chosen for their thoughtfulness about classroom power dynamics and what makes an equitable and effective learning experience. They develop and deliver workshops on privilege and student identities in the classroom for instructors, run sessions on ethically engaging community in Engaged Scholarship courses, and assist with wider Bok Center programming on equity and inclusivity in the classroom. Learn more about the two Undergraduate Pedagogy Fellow workshops below.
Now accepting requests for March and April 2020: