Kimberly Bell, PhD
Kimberly is a Postdoctoral Associate with over 10 years experience in college teaching. She leads our initiatives for graduate teaching assistants (TAs) and Postdocs as well as help faculty incorporate active learning, formative assessment, and inclusive teaching practices in both online and in person courses. Kim is an instructor in Undergraduate College, Science and Society as well as Undergraduate Biology. Her postdoctoral research is focused on developing and evaluating the effectiveness of online vs. face-to-face graduate teaching assistant pedagogy training. She earned her PhD in Genetics from Stony Brook University, MS in Neuroscience and Behavior from University of Massachusetts Amherst, and BS in Psychology/Biology from Stony Brook University. Connect with Kim by email, LinkedIn or Twitter @K1mberlyBell.
Areas of expertise:
active learning pedagogy, diversity and inclusion in the classroom, assessment, graduate
student and postdoc teaching professional development.