Community College Teaching Fellows

  • Isabela Muci Barradas GS, ARC

    I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Art & Archaeology focusing on modern and contemporary art. My research focuses on the history of photography as well as art from Latin America.

    "I am a 2021 Community Teaching Fellow at Rowan College of South Jersey and a member of the Fall 2020 Inclusive Leadership Learning Cohort."

    I have participated in the following GradFUTURES Programs:

  • Jonathan Spencer GS, ELE

    "I appreciate GradFUTURES working to provide Princeton students with a wide variety of career options! They have a dedicated and helpful staff!"
  • Nicole Jacoberger

    Nicole Jacoberger is a mentor in the Community College Teaching Fellowship Program. Dr. Jacoberger is Assistant Professor of History at Camden County College. Dr. Jacoberger earned her Doctorate in Modern World history from St. John’s University, specializing in colonial labor and Transatlantic migrations. She has taught in higher education for ten years at universities across the globe, lecturing as a visiting professor at the University of St. Martin in the Caribbean while researching for her doctoral thesis.

  • Christina Nase

    I am an Associate Professor of Chemistry at Rowan College of South Jersey and currently serving as the Dean of the STEM Division. In an effort to support underrepresented groups in STEM, I co-founded the Women in STEM Academy at RCSJ. With a focus on mentoring and camaraderie, we have created an interconnected community of supportive and informed members.

    "I have really enjoyed working with Emilia, a chemistry graduate student in the Community College Teaching Fellowship program. I look forward to the opportunity to mentor another student soon!"

  • Brenden Rickards, *96 (MOL)

    "The experiences at Princeton University in the classrooms, laboratories and departmental colloquia and functions helped mold me into the professional educator that I am today. The leadership and public speaking skills that I obtained in my graduate career have allowed me to continue to progress into public leadership positions within the college."
  • Sucharita Ray GS, HIS

    "As a staunch believer in educational equity, I am thrilled to be a Community College Teaching Fellow at Mercer County Community College."
  • Janet Chow GS, ENG

    "The Community College Teaching Fellowship completely changed the way I think about accessibility and pedagogy, for which I’ll always be deeply thankful."
  • Emilia Arguello GS, Chemistry

    "I am excited to participate in this fellowship to experience the personal connections – both as a mentee and as a mentor – that only a genuine teaching setting can offer.”
  • Ian McKeachie GS, PHI

    Ian McKeachie is a graduate student in the Princeton philosophy department. He works primarily on Immanuel Kant's philosophy of causation, with secondary research interests in medieval Islamic occasionalism. Ian is looking forward to gaining experience as an educator through the Community College Teaching Partnership Program, and to sharing his love for philosophy with the students of Rowan College of South Jersey.

  • Abigail Sargent GS, HIS

    Abigail Sargent is a Ph.D. candidate in History and a 2020 Community College Teaching Fellow at Camden County College.


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