Graduate assistantships at the Schreyer Institute

Do you love teaching? We do, too. Our graduate instructional consultant assistantships provide extensive training in instructional consulting and faculty development.

What are the benefits of an assistantship at SITE?

  • Advanced training in teaching and learning practices
  • Experience in providing consultations to faculty and graduate students
  • Enhance your competitiveness for the academic job market
  • Prepare for a potential career in instructional consulting and faculty development

Qualifications for graduate consultant assistantships

  • Must be ABD (have passed comprehensive exam and have completed coursework)
  • Must enjoy teaching
  • Must have one or more semesters of autonomous teaching experience

If you're interested

  • Contact Chas Brua at for more information and application materials.

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Current Graduate Consultants

  • Shiv Karunakaran, Math Education
  • Jessica Arends, Curriculum and Instruction

Past Graduate Consultants

  • Hong-Ning Fang, Counselor Education
  • Lauren Kooistra, Music Education
  • Andrew Porter, Biobehavioral Health
  • Destiny Aman, Geography
  • Andria Antiliou, Educational Psychology
  • Beate Brunow, Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • Yu-Hui Ching, Instructional Design
  • Dawn Miller, Political Science
  • Pei Jou Kuo, Hospitality Management