Undergraduate Fellows

Undergraduate Fellows Group Photo

The mission of CET is to provide shared leadership, vision, and support committed to the inspiration, development, and advancement of USC’s learner-centered education.

The CET Undergraduate Fellows program is designed to support CET’s mission by establishing a group of undergraduates committed to improving USC’s undergraduate educational experience.

The CET Undergraduate Fellows program aims to provide students with a way to provide input and support for the betterment of the undergraduate academic experience.

2016-2017 Undergraduate Fellows

Katherine Berry
Anissa Chan
Autumn Gupta
Nisha Kale
Kshitij Kumar
Jake Lehman
Dina Levashova
Wilson Lin
Daniel McCormick
Anshika Niraj
Natalie Ramsy
Sucharita Yellapragada

Value Statement:

As one of the three main bodies of the Center for Excellence in Teaching, the Undergraduate Fellows strive to enhance the learner-centered environment of the classroom.

Mission Statement:

For Students:
To enhance the learning experience and improve the overall academic atmosphere on campus. To provide and promote opportunities for interaction with teaching assistants and faculty both in and out of the classroom.

For Teaching Assistants:
To offer an undergraduate perspective and to help stimulate active teaching and learning.

For Faculty:
To provide a representative undergraduate voice and to cultivate synergic dialogue among students and faculty.

For the University:
To reaffirm the academic values of the University’s mission and contribute to the enrichment of the teaching and learning experience.