phone: (314) 977-2252
fax: (314) 977-1695
Role in the Center:
As a graduate assistant in the Center, Divya assists in the administration of the Certificate in University Teaching Skills (CUTS) program. She also conducts research on teaching and learning topics; consults with graduate students about teaching; and assists Center staff with design, implementation, and assessment of programs.
Areas of Expertise
- Administration of the CUTS program
- Facilitating online seminars for CUTS program
- Consulting with CUTS participants to develop teaching philosophies and portfolios
- Organizing and facilitating orientation sessions about the CTTL for graduate students
- Conducting mid-semester focus groups
- Organizing and contributing to Center publications and web-based resources
- Conducting research on teaching and learning, including emerging learning technologies
- Providing support and/or training for learning technologies and the CTTL Learning Studio
Divya Subramaniam joined the CTTL in July of 2011 as a graduate assistant. Prior to her assistantship at the CTTL, she served as a graduate research assistant for Saint Louis University's School of Public Health, where she assisted faculty members with their online classes; served as a teaching assistant; and assisted on research projects. Divya also worked with UJAMAA, a grassroots organization, and has been the backbone of a volunteer program in the badly underserved First Ward of North St. Louis, where she worked with community members to help them develop their own health message about seasonal and H1N1 influenza to be disseminated in the community.
Divya is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Public Health Studies. Her research interest includes health care workers' willingness to respond to various types of disaster; factors predicting personal preparedness behaviors among health care workers; and improving overall disaster preparedness and response. Divya holds a MPH from Saint Louis University School of Public Health and a B.S. in Biology, with Minors in Music (Piano) and Psychology from The University of Tulsa.