Teaching

I find teaching to be a highly rewarding experience, and invest significant time and effort to make sure that my teaching is efficient, effective, and inclusive. I am particularly enthusiastic about teaching quantitative methods to undergraduate students.

I have received the John W. Kingdon Teaching Award, which is an annual award given by the Department of Political Science at the University of Michigan to outstanding graduate student instructors. I have also completed the University of Michigan's Graduate Teacher Certificate Program.

Below is a list of courses that I have taught:

Instructor of Record

Quantitative Empirical Methods of Political Science (POLSCI 300), Summer 2022

Quantitative Empirical Methods of Political Science (POLSCI 300), Summer 2021 (Syllabus)

Quantitative Empirical Methods of Political Science (POLSCI 300), Summer 2018


Graduate Student Instructor

Quantitative Empirical Methods of Political Science (POLSCI 300) with Robert J. Franzese, Jr., Fall 2021

International Economic Relations (POLSCI 369) with Iain Osgood, Fall 2020

Quantitative Empirical Methods of Political Science (POLSCI 300) with Robert J. Franzese, Jr., Fall 2019

Introduction to World Politics (POLSCI 160) with Barbara Koremenos, Winter 2017

Government and Politics in Western Europe (POLSCI 340) with George Tsebelis, Fall 2016

Empirical Modeling of Social Science Theory (ICPSR Summer Course) with Robert J. Franzese, Jr., Summer 2016

Quantitative Empirical Methods of Political Science (POLSCI 300) with Robert J. Franzese, Jr., Winter 2016

Introduction to World Politics (POLSCI 160) with Jim Morrow, Fall 2015