teaching

Instructor of Record

Chicago Field Studies, Northwestern University

  • Field Studies in Social Justice, Winter 2020 and Spring 2020

Teaching Assistant

Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences program, Northwestern University

  • Institutions, Rules, & Models in Social Science, Prof. Jean Clipperton, Winter 2019 (course evaluations)

Political Science Department, Northwestern University

Political Science Department, Tufts University

  • Introduction to Comparative Politics, Prof. Oxana Shevel, Spring 2016 (course evaluations)
  • Introduction to American Politics, Prof. Natalie Masuoka, Fall 2015

Miscellaneous

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

Workshop Instructor

Data science workshops

  • R sessions in Masters of Science in Analytics incoming students boot camp, September 2019 (materials)
    • Instructor for 6 hours worth of sessions; helped build curriculum for additional 2 hours
    • Material covered: syntax, data types, data structures, reading and writing files, data manipulation and visualization in base R, and data manipulation and wrangling in dplyr
  • “Introduction to R for social science data analysis”, for undergraduate research assistants in the Political Science Department at Northwestern University, July 2019
    • Material covered: syntax, object classes, importing and viewing data, data wrangling and manipulation, correlation and regression models, and data visualization
  • “Intermediate R for social scientists”, for graduate students in the Political Science Department at Northwestern University, December 2018 (session evaluations)
    • Material covered: data importation and reshaping with tidyverse, data transformation with dplyr, and data visualization and ggplot
  • R sessions in Masters of Science in Analytics incoming students boot camp, September 2018 (session evaluations; materials)
    • Instructor for 6 hours worth of sessions; helped build curriculum for additional 2 hours
    • Material covered: syntax, data types, data structures, reading and writing files, data manipulation and visualization in base R, and data visualization in ggplot
  • “Introduction to R for social science data analysis”, for graduate students in the Political Science Department at Northwestern University, July 2018
    • Material covered: syntax, object classes, importing and viewing data, data wrangling and manipulation, correlation and regression models, and data visualization

Research methods and practice workshops

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

Pedagogical workshops

  • Workshop on “Reading with Empathy: Encouraging Student Writing through Constructive Feedback”, New TA Conference, Searle Center for Teaching & Learning, September 2019
  • Workshop on “Establishing the TA-Professor Relationship”, New TA Conference, Searle Center for Teaching & Learning, September 2019
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