Center for Teaching and Learning
BA in Psychology, U of Michigan
MA in Social Welfare, U of Chicago
Ph.D. in Social Welfare, U of Washington
Theresa consults with departments, faculty, and TAs in the arts, humanities, social sciences and some professional schools. She also develops and co-facilitates Faculty and Professional Learning Communities and helps coordinate the TA/RA Conference and the Faculty Fellows Program. Her interests and skills are in the areas of diversity and anti-oppression pedagogies, creative course assignments, arts-based practices, community-based experiential learning, and small group process. Theresa is an Affiliate Faculty with the UW Southeast Asia Center and the UW Center for Performance Studies.
BA, Art & Art History, U of Texas, El Paso
Ph.D., History of Art, U of Michigan.
Monica consults with departments, faculty, and TAs in the arts, humanities, social sciences and some professional schools. She also co-facilitates Faculty and Professional Learning Communities and helps plan the TA/RA Conference and the Faculty Fellows Program. Monica worked at the Center for Research in Learning and Teaching (CRLT) at the University of Michigan, where she consulted with faculty and TAs across disciplines. Monica has special expertise in visual literacy, inclusive teaching, and using technologies to achieve learning goals.
B.S. in Biochemistry/Genetics and Cell Biology, U of Minnesota
Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Biology, U of Washington
A part-time Instructional Consultant who began work with the CTL in April 2012, Brian consults with departments, faculty, and TAs in the STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), social sciences, and some professional schools. He also helps plan the TA/RA Conference and the CTL's assessment strategies. A former researcher at the Fred Hutchinson Center Center, Brian serves as an instructor and Program Organizer for UW's Biology Department, where he teaches undergraduates, trains graduate TAs and peer tutors, and advises cohorts of Biology majors with diverse backgrounds and interests during their first research experiences. Brian brings to the CTL special expertise in assessment and undergraduate research.