Dr. Szpiro regularly teaches graduate courses in Biostatistics and Statistics at the University of Wahsington, including advanced Regression Methods for Dependent Data (Stat/Biost 571), Capstone Project II: Project Execution (Biost 597), and special topics in Covariate Measurement Error (Biost 578). He is also actively engaged in the statistical consulting program, which in addition to providing free consulting services across the University of Washington, is a fun and valuable learning opportunity for graduate students in Biostatistics and Statistics (Biost 590). As an undergraduate at UC San Diego, he had the opportunity to co-teach a seminar on great mathematical theorems in their colorful historical contexts (Math 90). He highly recommends the text Journey Through Genius: The Great Theorems of Mathematics for anyone with a burgeoning interest or longstanding curiosity about mathematics.