Brenda Chang graduated from Cornell University in 2010 with a double major in Mathematics and Economics and from UC Berkeley in 2012 with an MPH in Epidemiology/Biostatistics. Currently, she is a PhD student in biostatistics at the Columbia University Medical Center campus. Her research interests include functional data analysis of brain imaging data and the epidemiology of retroviruses.

Working with Teagle Fellows from different fields allowed me to be exposed to more creative ways of planning a traditional lecture-style class. From pinning down the learning objectives, planning the class, and reflecting on the process and effectiveness of the class activity, I believe the teaching practices and peer observation process will be invaluable in the future. -- Brenda Chang

Observation Plans:
Allison DeWitt's observation by Brenda Chang
Brenda Chang's observation by Allison DeWitt