Macaulay students will tell you there’s a huge difference between a class with a Teaching and Learning Collaboratory Fellow (TLC) and one without. The TLC has fellows who are doctoral candidates as well as a postdoctoral program. All of our members are experienced teachers who can help you get the most out of your Macaulay seminars, eportfolios, and experiences. TLCs work with you and your professors to create educational experiences that help you think deeply about new ideas and put you in control of technology and your digital identity.
Rakhee Kewada is a Zimbabwean geographer and doctoral candidate in Earth and Environmental at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Her research interests include economic development, race and the production of space, and infrastructure. Rakhee’s dissertation research examines structural adjustment in Tanzania's the cotton and textile industry post Independence.
Prior to working at the TLC, Rakhee taught courses in Urban Studies at Hunter College.