Reflections on Developing the Student Consultants for Teaching and Learning Program at Reed College, USA

Kathryn C Oleson, Knar Hovakimyan

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15173/ijsap.v1i1.3094


Kathryn C Oleson
Reed College
United States

Kathryn Oleson is Professor of Psychology and former Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at Reed College. Her research explores ways to make the college classroom more inclusive, particularly focusing on productive discomfort. Her teaching includes Introductory Psychology, Data Analysis, Social Psychology, Interpersonal Perception, and Stereotyping and Prejudice.

Knar Hovakimyan
Reed College
United States

Knar Hovakimyan is an alumna of Reed College, where she studied linguistics with a focus on phonetics. She worked as a student consultant at Reed from 2014-2016.