Dr. Katie Walsh is a Senior Teaching Consultant at the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation at Carnegie Mellon University. As a teaching consultant, Katie helps faculty and graduate students develop and hone their teaching practice by leveraging learning science research. She conducts one-on-one consultations on topics such as course design, implementing active learning, and writing a teaching philosophy statement. She develops and facilitates seminars on topics such as student motivation, assessment design, and inclusive teaching. In addition to her work with clients, Katie manages Eberly Center programs such as the Wimmer Faculty Fellows, Graduate Student Instructor Orientation, and internal professional development initiatives. Katie conducts and publishes research on topics that directly inform the work of teaching centers (e.g., evaluating teaching on the academic hiring process). One of the biggest perks of Katie’s job is getting to teach courses in the Carnegie Mellon’s History department. Katie holds a PhD in History from the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh and a BA from Catawba College.
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► Informational and Mock Interviews
► On-Campus Office Hours
► On-Site Organization Visit
► Panel and Small Group Discussions: “PhD Careers in Academia” April 9, 2019
► Video Conferencing
► Virtual Office Hours
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