Writing Fellows Programm
TUM Writing Fellows sind muttersprachliche (oder beinahe muttersprachliche) englischsprachige Studierende, die als Lehrassistent/innen in Lehrveranstaltungen mit einem Schwerpunkt auf schriftlicher Arbeit und regelmäßig im English Writing Center tätig sind. Das Programm hat das langfristige Ziel, Fellows in jeder der 13 Fakultäten der TUM zu gewinnen. So werden Studierende aller Studienprogramme der TUM zukünftig mit Fellows arbeiten können, die sowohl Expert/innen im Schreiben auf Englisch, als auch kompetent im Fachgebiet der Studierenden sind.
Writing Fellows werden aufgrund ihrer nachweislich exzellenten schriftlichen Englischkenntnisse, sowie ihrer Begeisterung diese in ihren Rollen als Studierende und Tutoren weiterzuentwickeln eingestellt. Writing Fellows müssen ein straffes Trainingsprogramm absolvieren, das unter anderem Arbeit vor Ort, Selbststudium, gemeinsames Lernen und Üben mit anderen Fellows und das Betreuen eines fortgeschrittenen Englishkurses im Sprachenzentrum als Lehrassistent beinhaltet. Der erfolgreiche Abschluss des Trainings wird mit einem Zertifikat als Tutor für English belohnt, welches zusammen mit TUM ProLehre | Media and Didactic ausgestellt wird und an allen bayerischen Hochschulen anerkannt ist.
Werden Sie ein Writing Fellow
Wenn Sie sich als Writing Fellow bewerben möchten, senden Sie Ihren Lebenslauf, ein Anschreiben und einen Beispieltext (500 Wörter) an email@example.com und firstname.lastname@example.org.
Writing Fellows werden gemäß der "Vergütungssätze von wissenschaftlichen und studentischen Hilfskräften" bezahlt. Sie profitieren zudem stark von der Verantwortung und der Arbeitserfahrung, die sie als Teil eines Beratungsteams am English Writing Center sammeln.
Momentane Writing Fellows
Paula Acosta - Sustainable Resource Mangement
Born and raised in Uruguay, Paula started learning English at the age of 5. She moved to Spain in 2012 to pursue her bachelor’s degree in Tourism Management, where she took a keen interest in Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility. Currently, Paula is doing her first semester of the Master in Sustainable Resource Management and living in Freising. As an English Fellow writer, she expects to help her fellow peers with a great language that has opened the door to many opportunities in her life. She has always been interested in sustainable traveling, learning from other cultures, and new languages. In her free time, Paula enjoys hiking, doing yoga, reading, traveling, and going to concerts.
Ellie Arpin - Environmental Engineering
Ellie was born and raised in Minnesota, USA, where she also completed her bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering at the University of Minnesota. She moved to Munich in September 2021 to pursue her master’s in Environmental Engineering. She enjoys hiking, kayaking, and orienteering. In her free time, Ellie loves playing guitar and singing, baking way too many cookies, gardening, drawing, and of course reading.
Saskia Brose - Earth Oriented Space Science and Technology
Saskia grew up in a bilingual family, living in Colorado and California before moving to Hamburg for high school. In 2016 she relocated to Munich to be closer to the mountains and study Engineering Science at the TUM. Upon completing her bachelor’s thesis on alpine permafrost, she started her graduate studies in the master’s program Earth Oriented Space Science and Technology. When not skiing or running, Saskia enjoys reading biographies and cooking.
Aleksandra Daniluk - Chemistry
Aleksandra was born in Poland but moved to Houston, Texas, at the age of eight, where she attended elementary school. After her return to Poland, she extensively studied the English language which led to her working as an English Tutor. She studied German for six years and moved to Munich in 2019. Currently she is a chemistry student pursuing a bachelor’s degree. In her free time, Aleksandra loves hiking in the Alps and spending time with her friends.
Emilia Kinzler - Bioeconomy
Born into a German speaking household in London, Emilia grew up speaking both English and German fluently. She edits for a student newspaper and is passionate about sustainability and the untapped potential of the semi colon. When she is not working towards her Bachelor’s degree in Bioeconomy at the TUM campus Straubing, you will typically find Emilia reading the nearest trashy fiction book or rowing.
Alora Kraus - Sustainable Resource Management
Alora is from the United States and grew up in the state of Iowa. Currently, she is a master’s student in Sustainable Resource Management at TUM. She has a keen interest in sustainable agriculture, although her background is in biochemistry and English writing. Alora worked as an English writing tutor at the University of Iowa during her bachelor’s, and she is so thrilled to be doing it again in Germany! When she’s not working or studying, Alora loves to cook and experiment with vegan recipes, play chess, enjoy
the outdoors, and do crossword puzzles. Fun fact: Alora has dabbled in making her own crosswords and her ultimate dream is to get published in the New York Times.
Nicholas McCay - Responsibility in Science, Engineering, and Technology
Nicholas McCay is from the United States and grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He has a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism - News Performance from Western Illinois University. After a short stint as a general assignment reporter, he moved to Chicago, Illinois, and began working in the experiential marketing field. He then moved to Los Angeles, California, and started working in the TV/Film industry. Nicholas began a blog that turned into an E-Book, podcast, and production company called: Eclectic Spacewalk. He is now pursuing a master's degree in Responsibility in Science, Engineering, and Technology in the STS department at TUM. In his free time, he plays soccer, watches movies and documentaries, and loves reading.
Zak Nantais - Sustainable Resource Management
Zak grew up in Ontario, Canada where he completed his Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. In 2021, he enrolled in the Sustainable Resource Management masters program at TUM. In his free time, Zak enjoys, hiking, travelling and listening to music.
Sophia Storkov - Management and Technology
I grew up in a Russian American family in Arkansas, USA. Growing up bilingual sparked my interest in languages and growing up in the Ozark Mountains marked the beginning of my love for reading and nature. During the completion of my B.Sc. in Business Administration, I taught supplementary accounting courses, and tutored various other classes, like business law. I am currently pursuing a M.Sc. in Management and Technology, and a M.A. in Science and Technology Studies (STS). In my free time, I enjoy spending weekends in the Alps hiking, running, biking, or swimming!