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TA Fellowship Program

Spring 2021 Application

The Teaching Assistant Fellowship Program is a program designed to prepare graduate students to be exceptional candidates for doctoral Teaching Assistant and Community College teaching positions. Fellows are selected through a competitive application and interview process.  Program training focuses on a broad range of topics including: teaching philosophy development, syllabus and lesson design, professional development and principles in advanced pedagogy. Upon completion of the program, Fellows are awarded the fellowship and receive a Certificate of Teaching.

Special Note: Only completed applications will be considered. A completed application consists of your application submission and your faculty reference survey. Both must be completed by the application due date Friday, November 13th by 5pm.

Faculty Reference Survey

Click the word SURVEY if you are a faculty member completing a reference for a student applying to the Teaching Assistant Fellowship Program.

Click the accordion to view the Fall 2020 Fellows.

Yonatan Barrera

Graduate Student in the department of Social Work.

Gabriel Cooper

Graduate Student in the department of Educational Psychology and Counseling.

Reina Ferrufino

Graduate Student in the department of Educational Psychology and Counseling.

Gabriela Flores

Graduate Student in the department of Sociology.

Alejandra Fregozo

Graduate Student in the department of  Chicana/o Studies.

Arthur Tomas Hernandez

Graduate Student in the department of  Chicana/o Studies.

Brittney Jimenez

Graduate Student in the department of  Chicana/o Studies.

Mariana Marquez

Graduate Student in the department of Psychology.

Rudri Oza

Graduate Student in the department of Computer Science.

Fabian Pacheco

Graduate Student in the department of Educational Psychology and Counseling.

Kimiko Taguchi

Graduate Student in the department of Urban Studies and Planning.