Teaching

Having taught courses in Political Science and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, I have been nominated the Denise Solomon Outstanding Teaching Award at Penn State. I have also received positive reviews as an instructor, guest lecturer, and teaching assistant for Introduction to Comparative Politics and Introduction to International Relations. I also hold teaching certificates in residential and online teaching. Check out my pedagogy and the details of my training!

Below lists the courses I have taught and the teaching training I have received.

Instructor of Record, Smith College 

Chinese Politics (spring 2016) cross-listed with East Asian Studies

Comparative Politics of Immigration (spring 2016)

East Asian Politics Seminar (spring 2016) cross-listed with East Asian Studies

Government and Politics in East Asia  (fall 2016) cross-listed with East Asian Studies

Gender and Politics (fall 2016)

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Instructor of Record, the Pennsylvania State University

Gender and Politics (summer 2015) cross-listed with Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Global Feminisms (spring 2016)

Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies (fall 2015)

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Teaching Assistant, the Pennsylvania State University

PLSC 003 Introduction to Comparative Politics  with James Binney (fall 2014)

PLSC 003 Introduction to Comparative Politics  with Matthew Golder (fall 2013)

PLSC 014 Introduction to International Relations with Errol Henderson (spring 2013)

PLSC 003 Introduction to Comparative Politics with David Myers (fall 2012)

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Teaching Training, the Pennsylvania State University

Course in College Teaching, the Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence, The Pennsylvania State University, expected 2015

Course in Online Teaching, Outreach and Online Education, The Pennsylvania State University, 2015

New Instructor Orientation, the Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence, The Pennsylvania State University, 2015