Teaching

I teach courses in American politics, public policy, and statistics for the social sciences. I have taught in a wide set of roles and settings: as a TA and as the instructor of record, in small seminars and large lecture courses, at UC Berkeley and at San Quentin State Prison with the Prison University Project.


Original Courses as Instructor of Record

POLS/CSSS 501: Quantitative Methods for the Social Sciences. University of Washington.

POLS/CSSS 503: Quantitative Methods for the Social Sciences II. University of Washington.

POLS 382: State and Local Politics. University of Washington.

PS1AC: Introduction to U.S. Politics. UC Berkeley. Fulfills American Cultures (AC) requirement.

Hist102: U.S. History, 1865-Present. Prison University Project, San Quentin State Prison. Co-taught with Travis Johnston. Coverage in San Francisco Chronicle and related video.


Graduate Student Instructor

PS231A: Statistical Methods for Social Science. UC Berkeley. Instructor of record: Joel Middleton.

PP190: Incarceration, Inequality, and Higher Education. Instructor of record: Amy Lerman.

PS1: Introduction to U.S. Politics. UC Berkeley. Instructor of record: Rob Van Houweling, Jack Citrin.