Teaching fellow program: Peter Lougheed Leadership College with an outline of someone teaching

Being a TF enhances your growth both in and outside the classroom and gives you space to develop your own leadership practice."

- Juanita Gnanapragasam, MPH, Health Promotion

Are you a graduate, law, or professional student interested in interdisciplinary teaching and learning? Are you keen to collaborate with colleagues from disciplines outside your own? Are you interested in building your capacity as an educator via innovative experiential learning activities and leadership development? If so, consider participating in the Peter Lougheed Leadership College's Teaching Fellow program 

The Teaching Fellow program provides a unique opportunity to teach undergraduates from faculties across the University of Alberta while receiving training in teaching and leadership. Fellows serve as TAs for PLLC courses and receive intensive teacher training on topics including facilitating discussion, assessment, and classroom management; they also participate in a cohort-based leadership development program, meeting monthly during the academic year. Successful candidates receive a $2,500 award and are paid at the Graduate Student Association rate for their Teaching Assistant (TA) contract.

All Teaching Fellow positions for the 2020-21 academic year have been filled. Please consider participating in one of our Graduate Leadership Development programs.

 

2019-20 Teaching Fellow Team 

smiling Oluwaseun Adedeji
Oluwaseun Adedeji

Faculty of Engineering

smilling Kareema Batal
Kareema Batal

Faculty of ALES

Smiling Joanne Cave
Joanne Cave

Faculty of Law


Smiling Daniel Engelhardt
Daniel Engelhardt

Faculty of Science

smiling Kellie Fowler
Kellie Fowler

Faculty of Law

smiling Peter Harrington
Peter Harrington

Faculty of Science


smiling Cole Hawkins
Cole Hawkins

Faculty of Arts

Smiling tom joyce
Tom Joyce

Faculty of Science

Smiling Shingirai Mandizadza
Shingirai Mandizadza

Faculty of Arts


smiling Paul Nya
Paul Nya

Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation

smiling Maria Ortiz
Maria Ortiz

Faculty of Engineering

Smiling Tristan Patterson
Tristan Patterson

Faculty of Law

Previous Teaching Fellows
  • Oluwaseun Adedeji, Faculty of Engineering
  • Stephen Chin, Faculty of Law
  • Grace Cleveland, Faculty of Law
  • Kendra Cowley, Faculty of Education
  • Benjamin Denga, Faculty of Education
  • Michael Dubnewick, Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation
  • Jonathan Dubue, Faculty of Arts
  • Zianna Esmail, Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine.
  • Juanita Gnanapragasam, School of Public Health
  • Mary Pinkoski, Faculty of Education
  • Rob Jackson, Faculty of Arts
  • Roseleen John, Faculty of Law
  • Tom Joyce, Faculty of Engineering
  • Griffin Kelly, Faculty of Arts
  • Yashashwinee Parmar, Faculty of Science
  • Lily Ren, Faculty of Engineering
  • James White, Faculty of Arts

 

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