Stephanie Guzman

Educational Developer, University Teaching & Learning Commons

Learning Innovations/Pedagogy

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Email Address:

Phone: 336.334.3524


Stephanie Guzman serves as an Educational Developer in the University Teaching & Learning Commons supporting Graduate Student Teaching and Mentoring. She also serves as the expert in intercultural pedagogy and practice. Stephanie is a proud alumna of both UNCG and the Lloyd International Honors College. She received her B.A. in Anthropology and Spanish after studying for a full academic year in Toledo, Spain through one of UNCG’s international exchange partnerships. Stephanie went on to receive a PostBac in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from UNCG, and her M.A. in Educational Media with a concentration in New Media Literacies and Global Perspectives from Appalachian State University. Stephanie currently teaches a seminar course in the Residential Colleges within the MAC Global Engagement and Intercultural Learning competency. Stephanie is always looking for creative ways to incorporate technology and inclusive pedagogies into the learning environment and is excited to share her passion for all things global with the campus community.


  • Course & Instructional Design
  • Graduate Student Support
  • Intercultural and Experiential Learning
  • Media Literacy
  • Online Learning
  • Teaching with Technology
  • Trauma-Informed Pedagogy
  • Universal Design for Learning


  • Graduate Teaching Associate orientation
  • UTLC Newsletter
  • Faculty gatherings
  • Student-led programming
  • Minerva Mentions

Committee assignments

  • Community Engagement Council
  • Instructional Support Network
  • Global Leadership Program Steering Committee

teaching assignments

  • FYE 101: Succeed at the G
  • HSS 198: Honors Colloquium
  • RCO 189/225: Becoming Global Changemakers