The Teaching Center helps graduate students develop their teaching expertise--in their current work as Teaching Assistants (TAs) and as they prepare for future academic positions. Teaching Center programs for graduate students are developed by Director Beth Fisher, with Assistant Directors Carolyn Dufault, Bryn Lutes, and Mitch Kundel, as well as Research and Communication Specialist Michelle Repice. Teaching Center staff also work closely with the Graduate-Student Advisory Group to plan these programs. Questions about graduate-student programs may be directed to Beth Fisher.
The Teaching Citation Program (open to all Ph.D. students at Washington University)
The WU-CIRTL Program (open to graduate students and postdoctoral appointees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)
The Liberman Fellowship (open to Ph.D. students in Arts & Sciences Departments)
Graduate students may contact The Teaching Center to make an appointment to learn about our programs, to receive feedback and suggestions to improve their current teaching, or to seek advice on preparing and applying for future academic positions.