My teaching interests are broad. In addition to canonical courses such as American Government, Comparative Politics, and International Relations, I would be interested in teaching more specialized courses focused on particular aspects of international political economy such as globalization, economic development, or the politics of technological innovation.
While most of my courses involve some level of instruction in the principles of research design and methodology, I would also be interested in offering courses on causal inference or quantitative, qualitative, or mixed/multi method approaches to research.
INTA 1200: American Government (Fall 2017)
INTA 1200: American Government (Fall 2013)
Tech to Teaching Certificate
I have completed the Tech to Teaching certificate program. The program consists of a two-course sequence (Course Design and Fundamentals in Teaching and Learning) followed by a semester-long teaching capstone and is meant to prepare doctoral students to teach at the college level.
Additional Teaching Experience
Throughout my doctoral studies I have volunteered as a math teacher at Reach for Excellence a non-profit educational enrichment program in Atlanta.