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Alan Santinele Martino (left), Tianna-Lynn Follwell (right)

Teaching at the Intersections

"Teaching at the Intersections: Identity, Social Location, & the Experiences of Teaching Assistants" A research presentation by Sociology PhD student, Alan Santinele-Martino, and fourth-year undergraduate student, Tianna-Lynn Follwell. Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 4:30 p.m., L.R. Wilson Hall, room 1003

Jan 14, 2019

Sociology PhD student, Alan Santinele-Martino, and fourth-year undergraduate student, Tianna-Lynn Follwell, were part of a team who recently presented their research, “Teaching at the Intersections: Identity, Social Location, and the Experiences of Teaching Assistants” at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning conference in Bergen, Norway.

On January 15 they will be sharing their research in a public presentation entitled "Teaching at the Intersections: Identity, Social Location, & the Experiences of Teaching Assistants"

This research was conducted under the supervision of Dr. Beth Marquis at the MacPherson Institute. Follwell and Santinele-Martino conducted interviews with teaching assistants to learn how their social locations, such as race, ethnicity and gender, affects their experiences in the classroom.

Free and open to the public!

When: Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 4:30 p.m.
Where: L.R. Wilson Hall, room 1003

Coffee, tea and dessert squares will be served.