I am currently an instructor at The George Washington University. During the Summer 2022 semester I taught Introduction to International Politics and during the Fall 2022 semester I will teach How Democracies Die, a Dean’s Seminar designed for first-year students to introduce them to core theories and concepts from comparative politics and the study of regimes and regime change. During the Fall 2022 semester I will also teach Applied Research: Mixed Methods in Political Inquiry at Saint Joseph’s University. This graduate-level methods seminar is designed to introduce graduate students in public policy to the primary research methodologies employed by political scientists.
Syllabi for these and other courses I have designed can be found below:
Previously, I worked as a Writing in the Disciplines Teaching Assistant in the following courses: International Organizations (Fall 2018, Spring 2021, Fall 2021), Introduction to Comparative Politics (Spring 2020), and Comparative Politics of the Middle East (Fall 2020). I also served as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for Introduction to International Politics (Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018). My work included guiding discussion sections, delivering guest lectures, facilitating peer review, and assessing student writing.