Robyn Gittleman Graduate Teaching Fellows
Tufts PhD and MFA students have a special opportunity to apply for a Robyn Gittleman Graduate Teaching Fellowship. Named for our former director of forty years, the Gittleman Teaching Fellowship encourages advanced Tufts graduate students to gain teaching experience through the Experimental College.
Recent Gittleman Teaching Fellows
The Fall 2020 Gittleman Fellows include:
- Zdenka Myslikova, a PhD candidate in International Relations at Tufts’ Fletcher School, teaching Environmental Problem Solving for a Habitable World
- Nick Rabb, a PhD student jointly studying computer science and cognitive science in the School of Engineering at Tufts, teaching Information Technology & Society
- Ashley Wilcox, a PhD candidate in English Literature at Tufts, teaching Crimes and Criminals in the Popular Imagination
- Peter Spearman, a PhD student in the department of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies at Tufts, teaching Earned: Video Games and Memory Made in Virtual Time
Read about our popular "Bees to Beetles" class that began through the Gittleman Fellowship and was recently offered a second time. Tufts Biology PhD Rachael Bonoan is now an Assistant Professor at Providence College.
"American Witches," taught by recent English Dept. PhD Christine Payson, was also developed through a Gittleman Fellowship, and was recently featured in Tufts Now.