I am a Postdoctoral Associate in the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT). I lead our initiatives for graduate teaching assistants (TAs) and Postdocs as well as help faculty incorporate active learning, formative assessment, and inclusive teaching practices in both in-person and online courses. I am also an instructor in Undergraduate Biology and the Undergraduate College, Science and Society. My postdoctoral research is focused on developing and evaluating the effectiveness of online vs. face-to-face graduate teaching assistant pedagogy training. I earned my PhD in Genetics from Stony Brook University, MS in Neuroscience and Behavior from University of Massachusetts Amherst, and BS in Psychology/Biology from Stony Brook University.
online teaching, online learning, blended learning, effective practices, research, web 2.0, web-enhanced teaching and learning
Stony Brook University
fully online, web-enhanced, face to face, i support faculty that teach online
Open SUNY Fellow Role
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