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Honors Undergraduate Teaching Fellows

Each Honors Teaching Fellow serves as a peer mentor and teaching assistant in one of the Honors Introductory Seminars.  Teaching Fellows assist Honors professors throughout the semester.  A Teaching Fellow’s duties might include organizing study sessions, planning course activities, taking attendance, holding office hours, or leading class discussions.  An Honors Teaching Fellow may also be assigned to serve as a peer mentor in an Honors section of Connections.  Apply Here!

Fall 2014 Honors Teaching Fellows

Mike Ryan CroppedThe Age of Revolution in the Atlantic World

Michael Ryan
Economics and Finance Major
Biology and Chemistry Minor

Michelle CroppedIntelligence in the American Context

Michelle Pfost
Elementary Education Major
French Minor

Sam CroppedThe Limits of Possibility and Engineering Connections

Samuel Mitchell
Electrical Engineering Major
Mathematics Minor

Liza CroppedEconomics 1500 (H)

Liza Patterson
Accounting and Management Information Systems Major


Marilize CroppedResearch Fellows Connections Section

Marilize Van der Walt
Cellular and Molecular Biology Major
Chemistry Minor

Spring 2015 Honors Teaching Fellows

Shay CroppedMedia and Democracy and Connections Fellow

Shay Larsen
English, Creative Writing Major
Linguistics Minor

Andrea CroppedHonors Creative Arts

Andrea Thomas
Theatre and Math Education Major


Erica CroppedLowering Alzheimer’s Disease Risk Throughout American Society

Erica Hawvermale
Medical Anthropology Major
Music Minor

Karen CroppedScience and Society: Bridging the Gap

Karen Tew
Biology and Biological Engineering Major
Chemistry and Public Health Minor

Brandi CroppedWhy Bad Things Happen to Good Animals

Brandi Jensen
Anthropology Major
History and Religious Studies Minor

Jacob Blotter CroppedComplexity and the Arts

Jacob Blotter
Biology Major