Teaching is one of the most rewarding aspects of academic life, but doing it well requires a lot of thoughtful preparation.

As a graduate student at Duke I taught in a variety of classroom settings. These included running sections for a writing intensive political theory course, grading and holding office hours for a 250 person Constitutional Law course, TAing a graduate seminar in the Public Policy School, and teaching my own undergraduate upper level seminar. At Brown I designed and taught a first year seminar on “Freedom,” and designed and co-taught a lecture course on “Poverty and Prosperity: the history, ethics, and economics of the wealth of nations.”

Learn more about my courses I’ve taught, TAed, and would love to teach.

Evaluations I’ve received.

You can learn more about my vision for teaching in my teaching statement.


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