TIDE Ambassadors Fellowship Cohorts

TIDE Ambassadors Fellowship Cohorts

Teaching for Inclusiveness, Diversity, and Equity

Cohort 2021-2022

  • Jessica Boakye, Lecturer (Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering) 
  • Sarah Goff, Associate Professor, Health Promotion and Policy (School of Public Health & Health Sciences)
  • Elisa Gonzales, Assistant Professor, Theater (College of Humanities and Fine Arts)
  • Beth Jakob, Professor of Biology (College of Natural Sciences and Associate Dean, Graduate School)
  • Meghan MacLean, Lecturer, Environmental Conservation (College of Natural Sciences)
  • Paul Wolff, Lecturer, Environmental Conservation (College of Natural Sciences (Mount Ida))
  • Shakuntala Ray, Lecturer, Writing Program (College of Humanities and Fine Arts) 
  • Lindiwe Sibeko, Associate Professor of Extension, Nutrition (School of Public Health & Health Sciences)
  • Fumi Tomita, Assistant Professor, Music & Dance (College of Humanities and Fine Arts) 
  • Yanfei Xu, Assistant Professor (Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, College of Engineering)

 

Cohort 2020-2021

  • Madalina Akli, Lecturer and Director of ONSA (Commonwealth Honors College)
  • Maria José Botelho, Associate Professor, Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies (College of Education) 
  • Gloria DiFulvio, Senior Lecturer, Health Promotion and Policy (School of Public Health & Health Sciences) 
  • Deborah Keisch, Lecturer (Civic Engagement and Service Learning)
  • Ho-Sung Kim, Lecturer, Environmental Conservation (College of Natural Sciences)
  • Lisa Lehmberg, Associate Professor, Music & Dance (College of Humanities & Fine Arts)
  • Cristiano Mazzei, Senior Lecturer II, Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (College of Humanities & Fine Arts)
  • Sancha Medwinter, Assistant Professor, Sociology (College of Social and Behavioral Sciences)
  • Lisa Modenos, Senior Lecturer (University Without Walls)
  • Sheila Pennell, Clinical Assistant Professor (College of Nursing)
  • Annie Raymond, Assistant Professor, (Mathematics and Statistics, College of Natural Sciences)
  • Nathaniel Whitmal, Associate Professor (Communication Disorders, School of Public Health & Health Sciences)

 

Cohort 2019-2020

  • Anna Floch Arcello, Lecturer, Writing Program, College of Humanities & Fine Arts 
  • Andrea Ayvazian, Lecturer, Health Promotion and Policy, School of Public Health & Health Sciences 
  • Adena Calden, Senior Lecturer II, Mathematics  and Statistics, College of Natural Sciences 
  • Molly Christie Gonzalez, Assistant Professor, Music & Dance, College of Humanities & Fine Arts 
  • Jonique Childs, Assistant Professor, Student Development, College of Education 
  • Adam Dahl, Assistant Professor, Political Science, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences 
  • Marialuisa Di Stefano, Lecturer, Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, College of Education 
  • Xian Du, Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, College of Engineering 
  • Karine Fenelon, Assistant Professor, Biology, College of Natural Sciences 
  • Karen Kurczynski, Associate Professor, History of Art & Architecture, College of Humanities & Fine Arts 
  • Katherine Reeves, Associate Professor, Biostatistics and Epidemiology, School of Public Health & Health Sciences 
  • Neena Thota, Lecturer, Computer Informatics and Computer Sciences

 

Cohort 2018-2019

  • Jessica Barr, Associate Professor, Comparative Literature, Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, College of Humanities & Fine Arts  
  • Forrest J. Bowlick, Lecturer, Geosciences and Environmental Conservation, College of Natural Sciences 
  • Lisa Harvey, Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences, College of Natural Sciences 
  • Deborah Keisch, Lecturer/Faculty Director of Community Scholars Program, Civic Engagement and Service Learning 
  • Maxine Oland, Lecturer, Anthropology, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences 
  • Magda Oiry, Lecturer, Linguistics, College of Humanities & Fine Arts 
  • Tamara Rahhal, Senior Lecturer II, Psychological and Brain Sciences, College of Natural Sciences 
  • Caleb Rounds, Lecturer, Biology, College of Natural Sciences 
  • Lisa Saunders, Associate Professor, Economics, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences 
  • Paula L. Sturdevant Rees, Assistant Dean for Diversity, College of Engineering 
  • Laura Vandenberg, Assistant Professor, Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health & Health Sciences

 

Cohort 2017-2018

  • Lara Al-Hariri, Lecturer, Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences 
  • Theresa Austin, Professor, Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, College of Education 
  • Benita Barnes, Associate Professor, Educational Policy, Research and Administration, College of Education 
  • Sarah Berquist, Lecturer, Sustainable Food & Farming, Stockbridge School of Agriculture 
  • Richard Chu, Associate Professor, History, Humanities & Fine Arts 
  • Leda Cooks, Professor, Communication, Social and Behavioral Sciences 
  • Michael DiPasquale, Assistant Professor, Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning, Social & Behavioral Sciences 
  • Hande Gurses, Lecturer, Comparative Literature, Humanities & Fine Arts 
  • Bryan Monesson-Olson, Lecturer, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, College of Natural Sciences 
  • Timothy Randhir, Professor, Environmental Conservation, College of Natural Sciences 
  • Priyanka Srivastava, Assistant Professor, History and Economics, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Humanities & Fine Arts 
  • Brokk Toggerson, Lecturer, Physics, College of Natural Sciences

 

Cohort 2016-2017

  • Anne Ciecko, Associate Professor, Communication, College of Social & Behavioral Sciences 
  • Lisa Fontes,  Senior Lecturer, University Without Walls 
  • Gayatri Guhanarayan,  Lecturer, Kinesiology, School of Public Health & Health Sciences 
  • Christiane Healey, Lecturer, Biology, College of Natural Sciences 
  • David McLaughlin, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering 
  • Raeann Genevieve LeBlanc, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Nursing 
  • Megan Lewis, Assistant Professor, Theater, College of Humanities & Fine Arts 
  • Cara Takakjian, Lecturer, Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, College of Humanities & Fine Arts 
  • Michelle Trim, Lecturer, College of Information and Computer Sciences 
  • Paige Warren, Associate Professor, Environmental Conservation, College of Natural Sciences