My teaching portfolio, including evaluations and sample syllabi, is available here.


Instructor of record, Northwestern University

Field Studies in Social Justice, Winter 2020 (syllabus) (evaluations)
Brady Scholars Program: The Civically Engaged Life, Fall 2020 and Winter 2021

Teaching assistant, Northwestern University

Congress and the Legislative Process, Spring 2020
Institutions, Rules, & Models in Social Science, Winter 2019 (evaluations)
Urban Politics, Fall 2018 (evaluations)
Studying Public Opinion, Spring 2018 (evaluations)

Teaching assistant, Tufts University

Introduction to Comparative Politics, Spring 2016 (evaluations)
Introduction to American Politics, Fall 2015

Guest lecture

Guest lecture on “Social Policy and Inequality”, Introduction to American Politics, Northwestern University, November 2019


Data science workshops, Political Science Department, Northwestern University

“Teaching R in the classroom” (for graduate students), May 2021 (materials)
“Introduction to data visualization using ggplot and RStudio” (for graduate and undergraduate students), March 2020 (evaluations)
“Introduction to R for social science data analysis” (for undergraduate research assistants), July 2019
“Intermediate R for social scientists” (for graduate students), December 2018 (evaluations)
“Introduction to R for social science data analysis” (for graduate students), July 2018

Data science workshops, Masters of Science in Analytics Program, Northwestern University

R boot camp (for incoming students), September 2021 (materials), 2019 (materials), 2018 (evaluations; materials). These materials were used as the basis for R sessions in the political science department’s math camp for incoming students in 2020.

Research methods and practice workshops, Northwestern University

“Using a citation manager for research and writing” (focused on Zotero), BRIDGE program social science course, August 2019

Pedagogical workshops, Searle Center for Teaching & Learning, Northwestern University

“Reading with Empathy: Encouraging Student Writing through Constructive Feedback”, New TA Conference, September 2019
“Establishing the TA-Professor Relationship”, New TA Conference, September 2019

Civic engagement workshops, Center for Civic Engagement, Northwestern University

“What’s on your ballot?” (for graduate students), October 2020
“Orientation to Rogers Park” (for undergraduate students), Jumpstart Corps training program, October 2020
“Introduction to Chicago” (for graduate students), New Student Orientation, September 2020