Lizette Muñoz Rojas, PhD, is proud to support the work of Pitt’s faculty as a Teaching and Learning Consultant. Lizette leads workshops on teaching best practices as seen through the lens of equitable and trauma-aware pedagogies. She also conducts one-on-one consultations to enhance student engagement, particularly in STEM/STEAM courses and laboratory settings. Lizette earned her doctorate from Pitt’s Department of Anthropology and a certificate in Latin American studies from Pitt’s CLAS. Additionally, Lizette teaches a class on research methods in the Department of Psychology. In her double role as staff and part-time instructor at Pitt, Lizette cherishes the opportunity to advocate for student-centered instruction.
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