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Lizette Munoz Rojas, Teaching Consultant
Lizette Muñoz Rojas
Teaching Consultant

As a Teaching Consultant, Lizette is proud to support the work of Pitt’s faculty. She leads workshops on pedagogical best-practices and conducts one-on-one consultations to enhance student engagement, particularly in laboratory settings. She is a Pitt Alumna from the Anthropology Department and her academic interests lie at the intersection of Anthropology, Archaeology, History, and Botany, as seen through the meals of ancient Andean populations. In her role at the Teaching Center, Lizette cherishes the opportunity to advocate for student-centered instruction.

Office: 834 Alumni Hall
Email:
lam136@pitt.edu
Phone: 412-383-1310

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