Teaching Experience

Instructor of Record

AAE 350: World Hunger and Malnutrition, Summer 2021 (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Co-Instructor: Devika Suri, MS

Cross-Listed: Nutritional Sciences 350, Agronomy 350, CALS Interdisciplinary Course 350

Syllabus: click here

Teaching Assistant

AAE 343: Environmental Economics, Fall 2020 (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Cross-Listed: Economics 343, Environmental Studies 343


AAE 350: World Hunger and Malnutrition, Summer 2020 (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Cross-Listed: Nutritional Sciences 350, Agronomy 350, CALS Interdisciplinary Course 350

Supplemental Instructor

ECON 50: Introduction to Macroeconomics, Spring 2015 (California State University, Fresno)

Resources for Students


All students are able to download needed software from the UW-Madison Software Library, including Stata, MATLAB, and the Microsoft Word Office suite.

UW-Madison also provides free Software Training for Students (STS). This includes the Ask-a-Trainer program, where you can get one-on-one instruction in a number of different programs.


Purdue Owl has an excellent and transparent APA Formatting and Style Guide.

The UW-Madison Writing Center is available for walk-ins and appointments throughout the year. I strongly recommend scheduling appointments to go over written work, including course term papers, with a writing tutor. You can even set up a writing mentorship with a tutor you meet weekly or biweekly for longer term papers, theses, and research projects.

The Hemingway App provides immediate feedback on writing aimed at improving readability.

For details on how to paraphrase while appropriately citing sources, see https://integrity.mit.edu/handbook/academic-writing/avoiding-plagiarism-paraphrasing.

Mental Health

If you are struggling, there are many, many local services available to help. I am more than happy to help you identify and contact resources. As an instructor, I am a mandated reporter, but I can put you in touch with confidential services. I've listed contact information for a few local support services below.

University Health Services provides counseling and psychiatric services to students free of charge. They also operate a 24-hour crisis line at 608-265-5600 (option 9).

UHS also provides Survivor Services for student survivor/victims of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking. These services can be accessed both at the UW clinic during drop-in hours or via phone at 608-265-5600 (option 3).

There are also many resources around the community, including Solstice House, a local peer-run respite where you can stay if you need mental health/substance abuse support. Solstice House also operates a zoom Warm Line by appointment (call 608-244-5077).

Victims of domestic violence in Madison can also reach out to Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS). DAIS operates a 24/7 emergency shelter, runs support groups, provides legal services, and can assist in safety planning. Their 24-hour crisis line is 608-251-4445.