Teaching

I am excited to teach a range of undergraduate and graduate-level courses in the areas of political psychology, political behavior, and public opinion. Given my diverse research interests, I am able to teach such courses focusing either on the American politics literature or by incorporating scholarship from both the Comparative politics and International Relations fields. I am also happy to teach a range of courses in American politics more generally. In terms of methodological courses, I would be particularly interested in developing courses related to research design and survey and experimental methods.

At the University of Michigan, I taught a number of courses as a Graduate Student Instructor (GSI). Specifically, I was a GSI for Political Science 111: Introduction to American Government and Political Science/Communication Studies 329: Mass Media and Political Behavior. In the Fall 2016 semester, I was fortunate to teach my own course entitled Writing about Politics with Data as part of the Sweetland Junior Fellowship program.