2018-19 Lead Teaching Fellows

Lead Teaching Fellows help keep the CTL informed about graduate students’ needs for programming and support. LTFs also share announcements of CTL programs and activities with their departments.

SLTFs and LTFs document their work and reflections on the LTF program website (Columbia University UNI log-in only). Clicking on an SLTF or LTF below will lead directly to a personal page on that site, which contains contact information as well as details about SLTF projects or LTF-produced events in home departments.

Senior Lead Teaching Fellows

Elizabeth Bailey

CIRTL Fellow, Chemistry

Karin Christiaens

Art History & Archaeology

Scot McFarlane

History

Massimilliano Delfino

Italian

Adam Blazej

Philosophy

Inna Kapilevich

Slavic Languages

Lead Teaching Fellows

Zohar Elmakias

Anthropology

Fern Thompsett

Anthropology

Mel Abler

Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics

Alex Ekserdjian

Art History & Archaeology

Emma Le Pouesard

Art History & Archaeology

Catherine O'Keeffe

Biological Sciences

Brian Tackett

Chemical Engineering

Neil Foegen

Chemistry

Carina de Klerk

Classics

Caitlin Morgan

Classics

Rachel Marzen

Earth & Environmental Science

Palani Akana

Ecology, Evolution & Environmental Biology

Ye Zhang

Economics

Diana Newby

English & Comparative Literature

Kevin Windhauser

English & Comparative Literature

Sarah Kramer

Environmental Health Sciences

Folake Eniola

Epidemiology

Sally Xing

History

Kumar Goutam

Industrial Engineering and Operations Research

Beatrice Mazzi

Italian

Marta Ferrer

Latin American and Iberian Cultures

Jane Forner

Music

Jacob Portes

Neurobiology and Behavior

Deivid Ribeiro

Physics

Laura Resnick-Samotin

Political Science

Megan Goldring

Psychology

Mahmood Gharavi

Religion

Eliza Rose

Slavic Languages

Carolyn Hayek

Sustainable Development

The CTL is here for graduate students.

The Columbia Center for Teaching and Learning provides an array of support for graduate students in both their current and future teaching responsibilities.