Vice Provost for Teaching & Learning
Jennifer works with Stanford faculty and graduate students to develop their teaching and their understanding of student learning. She conducts workshops, collects mid-quarter feedback, and consults individually about course design, student engagement tech
Jennifer joined VPTL in 2014 to focus on enhancing the teaching and learning practices of graduate students and faculty in the social sciences. Jennifer’s research focus has been on how group membership and group difference affect social interactions, with a particular emphasis on how race and ethnicity affect academic interactions. In addition to this empirical focus, Jennifer brings eight years of teaching experience to VPTL, having served as an Assistant Professor at Agnes Scott College and Williams College.