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Erin Sternburg
Teaching Assistant Development Program Coordinator
tadp@ucr.edu

Office Hours:
Mon, Tues, and Thurs: 9:00am- 2:30pm
Wednesday: 9:00am- 12:00pm

Peer Support Office Hours: Monday 10:00am-11:00am

Erin is a PhD candidate in the Genetics, Genomics, and Bioinformatics program. Her research focuses on understanding RNA binding protein interactions, and how these interactions lead to changes in gene expression. During her time at UCR, she has developed a strong skill set as a teacher, and she has instructed a variety of topics across different fields of biology. In her position as TADP coordinator, she provides teaching support for graduate students across all disciplines, advises on navigating problems with students, and faculty. She helps graduate student teachers to develop stronger teaching habits, and she advises on methods to balance research and teaching duties.

 

Inlandia Literary Journeys contributor Nicolette Rohr, who wrote a column about the Why Nots book, a book about a Riverside singing group. (Stan Lim, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG)

Nicolette Rohr
Teaching Assistant Lead Consultant
tamentor@ucr.edu
Peer Support Office Hours: Wednesdays 12-1

 

Nicolette Rohr is a PhD candidate in the Department of History. She specializes in modern U.S. history and popular music and culture. Her dissertation project explores women and popular music fandom in the 1960s and has taken her on adventures to Liverpool, Woodstock, and Cleveland, where she was a Visiting Scholar at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Library and Archives.  A native of Riverside, she holds an MA in Public History and has worked on community projects with the Riverside Art Museum, Inlandia Institute, California Museum of Photography, and with refugee families through Glocally Connected.  As TA Lead Consultant, she provides mentoring and support to graduate student teaching assistants and works with the TADP team to contribute to teaching and learning at UCR.

 

TADP is located in the University Office Building (UOB), Room 141.

As there is no student parking available nearby, other than the always crowded Parking Lot 9, the best way to get to GSRC is by foot, bike, skateboard or scooter! The UOB is on Eucalyptus Drive (the street that runs between Olmsted Hall and Rivera Library), through the gates and up the hill from the library about 1/4 mile (across the street from Parking Lot 11). Alternatively, walk up the hill from the Bell Tower, make a right turn at Webber Hall and walk over to Eucalyptus Drive. The UOB will be catty-corner on your left after you pass Batchelor Hall and approach the street.

If you are coming from the Orbach Science Library or parking areas near the Chemical Sciences Building (Parking Lots 10, 13), simply walk up East Campus Drive (between the two buses on the map) to Eucalyptus and turn right.