My teaching interests cover core and elective courses in public and nonprofit management, public policy, and research methods. In my teaching, I seek to bridge theory and practice, and prepare students to apply practical tools to address real-world problems. I use interactive and engaging teaching approaches that encourage students to actively participate in discussions, and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in class. I make substantial efforts to work with students from diverse backgrounds and use a variety of tools that appeal to different types of learners.
I have served as a teaching assistant for Public Organizations and Management, and for Public Administration and Democracy. My teaching evaluations were consistently strong, with a mean evaluation score higher than 4.5 (out of 5) for all the classes.
An evidence of my teaching excellence (summary of teaching evaluations) is available here.