3rd CohortThe Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellows- Cohort, 2011
|Alison Begley - Cincinnati, OH
Undergraduate college, class, and major: University of Cincinnati ’10, chemical technology
Co-op student working with chemical and engineering firms, five terms; tutor, Cincinnati Public Schools; resident advisor; technical writer; creator of an undergraduate curriculum for teaching green chemical methods; craftsperson.
|Carrie Bilodeau - Louisville, KY/West Point, NY
Undergraduate college, class, and major: Brandeis University ’05, biology/history, minor in environmental studies
Graduate college, class, and major: Brandeis University ‘06, history (M.A.)
Former zookeeper, veterinary keeper, animal lab technician, aviculturist; dean’s list student; literacy volunteer; breeder (in Hawaii) of the most endangered bird in the world ; recycling activist; college swimmer.
|Tanen Clark - Boxborough, MA
Undergraduate college, class, and major: Wellesley College ’11 (expected), mathematics, minor in computer science
Tutor, grader, and supplemental instructor, college math; summer research grant recipient; multiple awardee, service and leadership; museum docent; founder and director of youth chorus for young people with physical and mental disabilities; pianist.
|Kelly Collins - Covington, IN
Undergraduate college, class, and major: University of Evansville ’11, math/physics (double degree)
Supplemental instructor and tutor, college/high school math and physics; physics lab assistant; dean’s list student ; grant recipient, summer math and physics research; member, Society of Physics and Math Club; rural school graduate.
|Moira McSpadden - Garland, TX
Undergraduate college, class, and major: Arizona State University ‘82, industrial technology (electric); ‘84, microelectronics engineering technology
Graduate college and degree: Northeastern University ‘97, information systems (MS)
Business analyst of more than nine years, with experience in engineering (process and quality assurance); developer of training materials on new engineering processes.
|Sharita Ware - Richmond, IN
Undergraduate college, class, and major: Purdue University ’93, industrial engineering
Former computer-aided design instructor; marketing graphic design specialist; Sunday school teacher and youth group leader; active parent volunteer in the classroom; library volunteer.