November 6, 2006

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As Andrea Arrington leads a discussion on slavery in the African history course she teaches at Clark Atlanta University, her passion for teaching is reflected in the students’ eager questions. She draws on her six trips to Africa to encourage a dialogue in which the entire class participates.


Teaching fellowship cultivates community ties

Arrington, an Emory doctoral student, teaches at Clark Atlanta through the Mellon Graduate Teaching Fellowship, an innovative program that places Emory’s top graduate students in the classrooms of five partner institutions.

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