“One Last Time” – A Reflection of My CUTF Experience

After serving as an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant for PS0835 Hamilton, my eyes have been opened to how to lead an engaging and enriching college course. In guiding me through the process of creating a lesson, Dr. Andrew Lotz has helped me understand what works with a group of students and what does not. Not only…

Teaching Ancient Law

Hello everyone! My name is Tyler Viljaste, and I am a Junior pursuing a dual degree and Bachelor of Philosophy in Politics&Philosophy and Finance. This semester, I am working with my fellowship mentor Bernard Hibbitts on a special teaching project through the Chancellors Undergraduate Teaching Fellowship for his honors law class entitled “How Law Began”….

Carpe Diem!

Enrolling in college, for some, is seen as an opportunity to redefine oneself – the chance to become someone different than how you are known by your immediate peers, friends, past teachers, and parents. For others, it is an opportunity to figure out who you want to be, learning from new friends and a new…