At UNC, I have instructed or assisted with courses in quantitative methods and comparative politics at the undergraduate and graduate level.

Quantitative Methods
Instructor – Poli 281: Data in Politics 1 (undergraduate), Fall 2021
Teaching Assistant – Poli 784: Regression Models in Political Science (graduate), Spring 2021
Teaching Assistant – Intro, Intermediate, & Advanced R: UNC-Chapel Hill’s Odum Institute Short Course Series (adult learners), Summer 2019

Comparative Politics
Instructor – Poli 130: Introduction to Comparative Politics (undergraduate), Spring 2022
Teaching Assistant – Poli 130: Introduction to Comparative Politics (undergraduate), Fall 2020

Additional Experience
In the spring of 2023, I will be a assisting with the re-design of Poli 281, UNC’s introductory data science course for political science, via a UNC Center for Faculty Excellence and Lenovo Instructional Innovation Grant (PIs: Santiago Olivella, Lucy Martin, Timothy Ryan). This project is aimed to make this fundamental data analysis course more engaging, encourage collaboration, and improve learning outcomes.
From 2016-2018, I was a researcher for EAB (the Education Advisory Board) where I completed over 60 studies regarding teaching & learning, teacher professional development, and preparing students for the job market. My work covered both higher and secondary education. This work continues to inform the way in which I approach the classroom.

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