Shanghai Theatre Academy
- Western Theatre History (Summer 2018; enrollment, 21)
NYU Tisch School of the Arts
- Introduction to Theatre Studies (Spring 2019, 2 sections, enrollment 23/25)
- Theatre in New York City (Winter 2018, enrollment 15)
City College of New York
- Theatre History III, Realism – Today (Fall 2018, enrollment 28)
- Theatre History I, Origins – 1660s (Fall 2018, enrollment 30)
- Theatre History I, Origins – 1660s (Spring 2018, enrollment 28)
- Theatre History I, Origins – 1660s (Fall 2017, enrollment 29)
- Theatre History I, Origins – 1660s (Spring 2017, enrollment 30)
- Theatre History I, Origins – 1660s (Fall 2016, enrollment 40)
- Introduction to Theatre Arts (Spring 2016, enrollment 40)
- Theatre History I, Origins – 1660s (Fall 2016, enrollment 29)
LaGuardia Community College
- Composition II: Writing through Literature (Spring 2015, enrollment 28)
- Composition II: Writing through Literature (Fall 2014, enrollment 28)
- Composition II: Writing through Literature (Spring 2014, enrollment 27)
Chloë heads the Graduate Advisement Fellowship program at the CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies. (CUNYBA). Rolling out in 2019, the fellowship is the first of its kind at CUNYBA, and as the program coordinator Chloë works directly with CUNYBA’s Academic Director and the Graduate Center’s Dean for Academic Initiatives and Strategic Innovation. She is responsible for managing graduate fellows, facilitating their research and analyses, and ultimately delivering a plan for how to best serve CUNYBA students across campuses.
She began her work at CUNYBA as an Academic Advisor in July 2018.
Chloë has facilitated three semester-long faculty seminars to implement WAC (Writing Across the Curriculum) strategies at LaGuardia Community College. Click here to view the faculty portfolios.
She has also designed writing-to-learn pedagogy workshops for professors across disciplines such as Nursing, Finance, and Accounting. Like many WAC practitioners, she looks to John C. Bean’s Engaging Ideas for teaching inspiration.
All quotes from official CCNY Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 student evaluations:
“Knows how to bring old texts to today’s classroom in an understandable way.”
“Assignments helped me learn the material”
“I really appreciated Professor Edmonson’s passion for the subject. She makes expectations very clear and assignments clear and easy to follow. She makes the class interesting.”
“I appreciate that the professor understands the students and cares for our well-being.”
“The in-class discussion of the play… It was very insightful to see other classmate’s opinions of the plays we read.”