Digital Pedagogy Specialist
Chris is a doctoral candidate at the CUNY Graduate Center who specializes in AIDS literature, queer theory, and memoir. At Baruch, Chris served as a 2020-21 Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) Fellow and has taught First-Year Writing and Great Works of Literature since 2016. He has taught similar courses at Bard High School Early College, NYU, and KJC 21 in South Korea. He holds a BA English Literature and MSc Architecture, both from the University of Cincinnati, as well as a MPhil Comparative Literature from the CUNY Graduate Center, where he serves as its graduate council’s Co-Chair for Communications.
Projects I’ve contributed to: CUNY 1969, Teach Hybrid, Fostering Student Engagement Seminar
Ask me about: community building, inclusive classrooms, course scaffolding, syllabus & assignment design, lesson plans, group work, communication platforms (such as Slack and WhatsApp), STEM courses, writing across disciplines, esports, skydiving.