Dr. Kimberly Williams
Teaching as Research Mentor
Address: 325 Caldwell Hall (available by appointment)
Dr. Kimberly Williams is a CIRTL Teaching Support Specialist, with a part-time appointment devoted to instruction and mentoring of graduate students and postdocs pursuing research into effective teaching and learning. She has spent over 25 years teaching and researching in higher education. She recently published a book on the topic entitled, Doing Research to Improve Teaching and Learning: A Guide for College and University Faculty. She is the author of nine books and several articles on education-related topics. She coordinates the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Practitioner program for CIRTL at Cornell, edits a Classroom Research working paper series, and helps coordinate an annual conference for graduate students and postdocs to present their scholarship. She has a Ph.D. in Foundations of Education and a Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration.
Professional Development Program Assistant
Address: 384 Caldwell Hall
Anat Barnea is a temporary Professional Development Program Assistant working with CIRTL at Cornell and Careers Beyond Academia in Spring 2020 to support office operations, program and event planning, participant tracking, and communications with the directors.