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Graduate student Megan Nadzan has been awarded a position as a Unidel Graduate Teaching Fellow. This program is supported by the Unidel Foundation and conducted through the Center for Teaching & Assessment of Learning at the University of Delaware.
Currently, Megan Nadzan is interested in belonging research. One application that she is particularly excited about is to integrate her research in belonging with the scholarship of teaching and learning. She hopes to impact students through teaching by implementing evidence-based techniques to promote inclusivity and community within her classrooms. The Unidel fellowship position will help her acquire a set of pedagogical tools and practices to apply to her own discipline. Upon completion, she will also be able to offer teaching support and expertise to fellow graduate students in her program.
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