This fellowship program recognizes SAS graduate students who are dedicated to inclusion and equity in their teaching. It is designed to help fellows develop and become leaders in this area, and to support all SAS graduate students in this work by sharing teaching practices to promote equity and help all students thrive to the best of their abilities, particularly those underrepresented in our fields or at Penn.
Johanna Benz, Linguistics
Sebastian Dilones, Chemistry
Abigail Dym, Political Science & Education
Stephanie Gibson, History of Art
Bethany Swann, English
Jacob van Hook, Math