Alumni Snapshots

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    April

    Postdoc in Jean-Michel Ané Lab at the University of Wisconsin–Madison: "I feel better equipped to make my teaching inclusive and reflect on these experiences."

  • Virginia

    Assistant Professor, School of Integrative Plant Science Plant Breeding and Genetics Section at Cornell University: "The Delta Program has afforded me opportunities to continue doing what I love..."

  • Josh

    Instructor and Research Mentor at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery: "The Delta Program has afforded me opportunities to continue doing what I love..."

  • Sally

    Postdoctoral Researcher at Argonne National Laboratory "I learned so much through Delta and am constantly committed to learning new ways to be an effective and inclusive instructor, mentor and communicator."

  • Alyson

    University of Oxford, Postdoctoral Researcher in Physics: "By taking courses through the Delta program, I became more aware of mentoring practices and the struggles students face in and out of the classroom."

  • Kalin

    Ph.D. student in Nuclear Engineering & Engineering Physics: "I was able to use what I learned in Delta to co-found a diversity and inclusion committee for a national technical society..."

  • Katie

    Ph.D. student, Department of Political Science, UW-Madison; Dana-Allen Dissertation Fellow, Institute for Research in the Humanities, UW-Madison: "Participation in Delta programs gave me new ways to think about inclusive teaching..."

  • Carolyn

    Carolyn, Graduate student, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UW-Madison: "My Delta experience gave me a framework and a language for thinking about teaching and mentoring..."

  • Ali

    Education Specialist, the Center for Integrative Research on Cognition, Learning and Education (CIRCLE), Washington University in St. Louis: "Delta provided many opportunities for me to learn about evidence-based pedagogies..."

  • Jeremy

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Psychological and Brain Sciences, University of Massachusetts, Amherst: "The Delta Internship helped me to apply scientific inquiry to the classroom in ways I'd never considered."

  • Stephanie

    Assistant Professor of Instruction & General Chemistry Co-Lab Director, Department of Chemistry, Northwestern University: "I was able to develop a well-rounded understanding of evidence based teaching that has informed my classroom approach and allowed me to hit the ground running when I began teaching professionally."

  • Kevin

    Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Biology and Microbiology, South Dakota State University: "Without the Delta program at UW–Madison, the only teaching experience I would have gained as a graduate student was serving as a Teaching Assistant..."

  • Tanvee

    Senior Associate, Market Access and Outcomes Strategy at RTI Health Solutions: "Delta introduced me to evidence-based teaching, and then there was no looking back."

  • Brett

    Instructor and Ph.D. Student, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, UW–Madison: "I believe my engagement in Delta has provided me with more 'academic accessories' in my toolbelt."

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    Laura

    Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Rochester: "The Delta program gave me the resources to consider teaching from a scholarly perspective."

  • Elizabeth

    Elizabeth

    Postdoctoral Researcher at Argonne National Laboratory: "I learned so much through Delta and am constantly committed to learning new ways to be an effective and inclusive instructor, mentor and communicator."

  • Bethany

    Assistant Professor of Biology, Regis University: "Delta helped stoke in me a desire to see each student as an individual with unique challenges and strengths, and this has greatly influenced my current mentoring style."

  • Emily

    STEM Instructor, Feather River Community College: "The program has been a great addition to my Ph.D. and has provided me skills that will help me in my future career in academia."

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