Teaching

I provide students with the tools they need to evaluate situations they encounter in the real world. When teaching politics, I teach students to analyze the incentives that drive state and individual political behavior. When teaching methods, I teach students how to apply the scientific method, emphasizing the value of different approaches to gathering and understanding information. I find that students come from diverse backgrounds and are interested in a variety of topics. My goal is always to help them succeed in understanding situations and solving problems they encounter inside and outside of the classroom.

Instructor

The Politics of Human Rights (PLSC 451)
The Pennsylvania State University
Summer 2019

Teaching Assistant

Multivariate Analysis for Political Research (PLSC 503)
The Pennsylvania State University
Spring 2017

Topics in Political Methodology (PLSC 504)
The Pennsylvania State University
Fall 2016

Statistical Methods for Political Research (PLSC 502)
The Pennsylvania State University
Fall 2016

Introduction to American Politics (PLSC 001)
The Pennsylvania State University
Spring 2015

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