The Harriet W. Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning


Please find a list of Sheridan Center personnel, grouped by role, below.

The Sheridan Center's staff members represent a wide range of disciplines and areas of work, all connected by a focus on teaching and learning.
The Sheridan Center maintains a network of Faculty and Graduate Student Liaisons representing each academic department or program on campus. These liaisons communicate departmental teaching needs to the Center and keep departmental colleagues apprised of Center events, programs and services.
Head Teaching Consultants (Head TCs) work closely with Sheridan Staff and the Teaching Consultant program to facilitate Sheridan Teaching Seminar workshops, co-organize the TC invited-speaker series, and support the pedagogical development of graduate students at Brown.
The Academic Tutoring Program employs 125 undergraduate peer tutors who have a passion for teaching and learning, and have demonstrated proficiency in the course they are tutoring. The Tutoring Program's diverse group of peer tutors thrives on sharing knowledge, tips, and learning strategies to help peers gain a better understanding of course material and succeed academically.
The Writing Center staff includes full-time staff as well as Writing Center Associates, Writing Center Consultants, and Writing Center Ambassadors.
Writing Fellows are trained peer tutors who partner with faculty across disciplines to provide students with written and verbal feedback, advice, and encouragement on their writing in progress.