Teaching Assistant, Econometrics for Policymakers (Graduate-level), Woodrow Wilson School, Spring 2018
This course teaches Masters of Public Policy students to apply statistical methods to policy questions, culminating in an original quantitative research paper. I help students review course content, and offer hands-on consulting in data processing and analysis for the research project.
Quin Morton Teaching Fellow, 2017-2018
As a Fellow, I designed and teach an interdisciplinary freshman writing seminar on U.S. race and identity politics. The course, WRI 172: Representing Difference, guides students to write research papers on social policy issues ranging from immigration to education and criminal justice.
Graduate Teaching Fellow, Princeton Programs for Access and Inclusion, 2017-2018
I co-design a curriculum featuring workshops for first-generation/low-income (FLI) Princeton students on academic and professional development topics.
Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Comparative Politics, Fall 2015