Resources and Programming
In my time at Columbia, I've developed a few resources & event templates that I hope will be helpful to others who would like to start conversations on: 1) Providing teaching resources for graduate students, and 2) Creating informal mentoring networks.
Lead Teaching Fellowship
As a Lead Teaching Fellow, I served as a liaison between Columbia's Center for Teaching and Learning and my home Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences. In this role I developed two workshops aimed at bringing peer-reviewed pedagogical research and practices to graduate students. You can find the various worksheets and resources used in these teaching workshops below!
Programming for the LDEO Gender & Diversity Group
In the spring of 2017, I co-designed and led an event aimed at increasing informal mentoring networks between graduate students, postdocs, and faculty entitled "Speed-Mentoring". Mentees rotated around a room of mentors and were given a bank of questions to ask in order to get informal mentoring relationships started. You can find our event template, a list of sample questions, and an example feedback form, below.